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This is nice.  According to Newser, 

It’s called ‘TBH’– which is short for “to be honest”– and it shot up to number one on the free app list in Apple’s App Store upon its release. It works by letting users send anonymous compliments to their friends and contacts, and it only allows positive messages. The app is meant for teens, and has users select their school, gender and grade before asking them things like “Who’s always nice to talk to?” before offering up four friends’ names to choose from. Users cannot type in their own compliments, which prevents trolls from taking over. App co-founder Nikita Bier tell Tech Crunch the goal of the app is to improve “the mental health of millions of teens.”

This is good.  I’m rocking with it!

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