What is Candid?
Candid is a way for you to voice your opinion about specific topics, without having your ideas linked to your personal information. Social media is a great way to share and view content from your friends. It’s not always to best place to brag about your new orca-skin coat. When you share stuff like this, you may find friends start to judge you or even get really mad at you. Sometimes you get into it with total strangers who decide to screenshot your posts and send it to your employer! That’s why it’s sometimes better to express certain views anonymously. It’s your ideas that matter, not always the person behind them.
The solution is an app called Candid. This app lets you anonymously share your opinion on all kinds of different topics. You’ll find groups of people talking about politics, movies, social issues and even groups based on the town that you live in. Want to let people know that the local pumpkin eating contest is rigged? This is the place to do it. Do people even eat pumpkins? Like can you just take a bite like it’s a apple? Hmmm… I’ll ask about it on Candid.
Candid users always remain anonymous. Feel free to get into arguments, post controversial opinions or express your love for a fictional anime character. While browsing the app, I found several interesting and hilarious conversations. Here are some of the best topics but often times the comments are way more interesting.
While you’re trying out this amazing app, you have the opportunity to win a new Google Pixel phone. All countries can participate. All you have to do to enter for a chance to win is:
- Download Candid
- Search for the XDA group
- Join the XDA-Developers.com group
- Make a post in the group with your twitter handle
And that’s it! We will randomly choose a winner from the users that posted. Good luck!
Candid is available for iOS and Android devices. Setup takes only seconds and then you’re on your way to browsing all sorts of topics from other users.
Thanks to Candid for sponsoring this content and giveaway.
from xda-developers http://ift.tt/2dy2yRT