Alternative products to tbh

13 alternative and related products to tbh

tbh

The only anonymous app with positive vibes

tbh is where friends tell you what they like about you. Simply add your friends, answer polls about friends (anonymously), and earn 💎 gems when you get picked.

🔒 Only available in California, Florida, Washington, Texas, Georgia, Indiana, and Rhode Island.

13 Alternatives to tbh

A trivia game about your friends that ends friendships

lies is a game designed to test how well you really know your friends. 👯

1. Swipe on cards to fill out your profile. 😇

2. Your friends will be shown your name, along with 4 facts about you. The trick is... only one of them is actually true. The rest are lies. 😈

Around the web
Product Hunt
At the age of 17, Michael Sayman created an app that saved his family's home from ba
Pando
Michael Sayman is not your average tech entrepreneur. For one thing, he's 17 years old and started making money off iOS apps at the age of 13, rivaling even Mark Zuckerberg's babe-like founder status. He taught himself to code using online tutorials he found via Google.
TechCrunch
At age 17, Michael Sayman was Facebook's youngest employee ever. Having already launched 5 apps, he wowed Mark Zuckerberg, earned a demo spot on stage at Facebook F8 conference, and scored a full-time engineering gig as the social network's go-to teen.
Rating and price
24 Alternatives to lies

Run your own trivia games on Facebook Live 🎮

We combined well known Trivia Game with Facebook Live and made a new exciting thing. It is a real-time interactive game right inside a live video. Users interact with it using comments.

With just a few clicks, you can launch it on your Facebook page and start engaging your users. And Facebook's algorithm will help you to get large audience reach.

23 Alternatives to Facebook Live Trivia Game

Polly is a fun and easy way to poll your friends. Create a poll, attach it to your Story, and your friends vote in Snapchat. Voting is anonymous so you can bet on honest feedback from those you care about.

Around the web
TechCrunch
Snapchat doesn't technically have a developer platform, but that hasn't stopped other startups from taking advantage of its new feature for attaching links to your Snaps and Stories. Sarahah was the first, allowing people to ask fellow Snappers for open-ended anonymous feedback. But the problem is that those requests could be met with cyberbullying.
Adweek
Facebook wants to show advertisers the impact TV has on social and vice versa. The company is launching two new brand measurement tools that analyze TV and Facebook performance. One of them, Facebook Cross-Platform Brand Lift, plugs into TV analytics company iSpot to crunch data on brand lift across Facebook, Instagram and Facebook Audience Network, or FAN, … See more
24 Alternatives to Polly
Discover your next favorite thing

Product Hunt surfaces the best new products, every day. It's a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations.