Zee Media Bureau
New Delhi: Android users can now access Blink on their phone.The mobile application allows users to send self-destructing messages to each other.
The app lets users to share text, photos, videos, sketches, and even voice messages with friends.
Messaging apps such as Snapchat, Frankly, Confide, Whisper, Secret are already there in the market and Blink will be one among them.
But Blink users are purportedly anonymous users. Users don't have to reveal their real identity on its service and can choose any username it wants. As per reports 85 percent of messages sent on the app are said to be sent by anonymous users.