Mobile developers, sentzLab announced today the update of a unique application which helps users learn the good, the bad and the ugly about themselves and the people they know or are about to meet.
Tittat exposes the truth about a person via anonymous comments, allowing users to see if the person they've just met is on the up-and-up, or too good to be true. Because all opinions and correspondence is anonymous, what people might have previously feared revealing about an individual can be made public and accessible to a broad audience. Whether you're digging for dirt on a friend, colleague or potential romantic partner - or, simply looking for a funny secret about someone you already know and like - Tittat has a broad set of applications for people who live their lives in the social network.
"We want to encourage people to think about their actions before they do something shady, because with Tittat anything -even a deep, dark secret- can become public knowledge," says Nerses Najarian (founder of sentzLab). "While Tittat is a safe and comfortable platform to identify cheaters, swindlers, imposters and other wrongdoers - we encourage users to be accountable for their actions and do not allow the posting of insults, slander, threats or hate speech on the app."
Presented as Skolkovo Startup Academy's project, Tittat has attracted $200,000 in angel investments. Tittat is currently available for iPhone via the iOS app store and sentzLabs is in the process of finalizing a version of the app for the Android operating system. Sign-in for the service is portaled through Facebook, but soon Russian users will be able to log in through Vkontakte.
Tittat 1.3 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Social Networking category.