Product Hunt Weekly Digest
June 24th, 2018

A new anonymous app built by high school women ๐Ÿฆ‹
Try Trill
A group of high school female makers built Trill to save the Internet.
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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.
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Everybody deserves a place connect with others to discuss the same anxieties, frustrations, and worries you probably wonโ€™t post to LinkedIn.
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Trill is a supportive anonymous community of over 13,000 people to date. While anonymous-based apps are incredibly difficult to moderate (remember Secret?), theyโ€™ve found early success in countries with restrictive speech or cultures and within the worldwide LGBTQ+ community, who often canโ€™t safely discuss their sexuality.
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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.
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This isn't the only app to launch in the space:
๐Ÿ“น Huddle is a video peer-to-peer support community.
๐Ÿš€ Startups Anonymous is a confession board for startup employees
๐Ÿ™ YC's Leap lets women in tech talk about anything they want
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Psst! Trill is hiring an iOS developer for this upcoming summer.
HIGHLIGHT

If HQ Trivia and Uber had a baby, it would be JoyRide. Games start when you get in the Uber โ€“ answer 10 questions correctly, and your ride is free.

Perfect for all those Cash Cab fans. Check it out. ๐Ÿš•