A group of high school female makers built Trill
to save the Internet.
Social media is ironically isolating. Between manicured feeds of Instagram #selfies and angry rants on Twitter, it's harder than ever to find welcoming communities. Group chats are the new Facebook, with entire communities shifting to Telegram and other chat apps.
Everybody deserves a place connect with others to discuss the same anxieties, frustrations, and worries you probably won’t post to LinkedIn.
Trill is a supportive anonymous community
of over 13,000 people to date. While anonymous-based apps are incredibly difficult to moderate (remember Secret?), they’ve found early success in countries with restrictive speech or cultures and within the worldwide LGBTQ+ community, who often can’t safely discuss their sexuality.
The team of four includes a three-time WWDC scholar, who raised a small seed round to bring Trill to the world. Check it out
This isn't the only app to launch in the space:
is a video peer-to-peer support community.
🙏 YC's Leap
lets women in tech talk about anything they want