tbh is an app for giving anonymous feedback to friends. Unlike other anonymous apps, all the feedback is positive.
We built tbh because we believe that social networks should make us feel better about ourselves—not worse.
To be honest, we love our members and we only want the best for them.
$0.00 — it's free on the App Store.
tbh was launched on August 3rd, 2017 in the State of Georgia.
We don’t have a release date at this time. However, it's planned.
tbh is now available nationwide in the United States.
tbh stands for to be honest. We want people to share their honest opinions about their friends.
tbh was built by a small team of developers and designers in California.
We don’t have plans to monetize tbh right now but when we do, we’ll be soliciting feedback from the community to make sure it complements the experience.
If you would like to reach our designated agent, you can contact: Facebook, Inc. Attn: Facebook Designated Agent 1601 Willow Road Menlo Park, California 94025 650.543.4800 (phone) firstname.lastname@example.org
tbh creates fun, uplifting polls about your friends, like:
The person picked will received a notification each time they are chosen. Although the notification doesn't contain your name, it does include your grade and gender, along with who the other choices were.
There are a four ways to add friends:
You can submit polls by swiping to Settings and tapping. We review them every night and if it's funny or interesting, you'll see it on the app in 48 hours.
Remember, all polls must be:
💎 Gems are awarded to you each time you get picked in a poll. The gem is pink if a girl picks you, blue if a boy picks you and purple if a non-gender person picks you. They keep track of how many times you've been chosen on tbh. You can use them to unlock questions and other features in the future.
Direct messages are available to select users. This allows you to reply to your poll responses. The recipient has the choice to reveal themselves or ignore your message.
No, all messages are sent anonymously. For now, we recommend posting on Snapchat or Instagram to see if the sender will reveal themselves.
We guarantee that every single message you receive is sent by your friends. To date, tbh users have sent over 150 million messages to each other. We have no need to generate fake messages.
The only way to invite friends is by tappingnext to their name in the Add Friends screen.
Your trust is important so tbh never sends invites without you knowing. For example, selecting people in polls who are not users will never send them an invitation.
Logout of your account and log back in.
tbh only sends invitations if a user deliberately tapson your name.
It works just like the invitation button that you might find on Dropbox, LinkedIn or Facebook. The sender's name is always included on the invitation itself so you know who it came from.
The best way to stop invitations is to ask the sender to stop inviting you to apps in the future. Alternatively, you can always reply NOPE to any text message and they will no longer be sent to that number.
Signing up is easy. You can download the app from the App Store here.
Until you have 4 friends, we use your contacts as placeholders in the polls so you can still play the game. However, your contact names will always be hidden in poll responses sent to friends.
We care deeply about your privacy and will never share personal information to other users.
Go to your profile and tapand then "Remove Friend".
There are two areas where users can see your gems:
Your Top 3 Gems are on your profiles. However, you can always hide them by tapping, and then flipping the switch that says "Hide my gemlist".
Your recent gems are shown in the newsfeed. However, you can also hide gems from the feed by tapping the 🔒 icon in the bottom left corner.
Your inbox resets every few days so it doesn’t get cluttered. Don’t worry though, you still retain all your gems in your gem list but they would be located on your Profile.
tbh uses your phone number and contacts to identify you, find your friends, and let your friends find you. Your phone number is never shared with other users.
tbh uses your location to find nearby school networks to join.
You should always use your full real name so your friends can find you and you don’t get mistaken for someone else. This means:
If we find you breaking these rules, we will have to revoke your account.
The first step to report impersonation is emailing us at email@example.com. We will review your report and follow up with you as soon as possible. This process can take up to 48 hours so please bear with us.
We use phone numbers to identify you so you should never share phone numbers when signing up. If you do, please delete the app from your friend's phone and sign up again on your phone. You may need to select a new username. It can take up 48 hours for your messages to be fixed.
Go to your profile and tap, then under account settings tap "Manage".
Go to your profile and tap, then under account settings tap "Manage". When you deactivate your account, your friends won't be able to find or vote on you. After 30 days, your account will be deleted. If you'd like to reactivate your account before that happens, just login to tbh with your phone number.
When you signup, pick your school and grade. If you skip this step, you can add your school by going to your profile and tapping. You’ll be able to search for your school from there. At this time, we only support high schools, colleges, and universities.
We only allow one school, grade or name change per account. If a change was made in error, you can contact us by tappingin the app and explaining the situation.
The tbh high school & college list is mostly complete but from time-to-time we miss one. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of the school and its city.
To protect the privacy of younger people, we only support Grades 9 and above. Users under 13 years old should not use or download tbh.
If you are a parent of a pre-teen, we urge you to set parental controls on your minor's phone to prevent access to social networking applications. Instructions can be found here. In addition, we also recommend third party services like Circle to control access to content and manage screentime.