Facebook has bought tbh app focuses on the US Teens

Facebook has bought tbh app focuses on the US Teens

Facebook has bought tbh app focuses on the US Teens

With it, Teens can anonymously ask and answer questions about their friends, and those subsequently receive the results of the survey as a compliment.

In the short period of two months that it has been out, the app has been a viral hit in the United States.

Launched in August, tbh rocketed to the top of the app store, and it has since been downloaded by more than 5 million people who have used tbh to send more than a billion messages. It's the No. 1 free app on the iTunes charts - ahead of YouTube, Snapchat and Instragram.

The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but according to TechCrunch, the cost was less than $100 million since it will not require regulatory approval.

The tbh team says, "When we met with Facebook, we realized that we shared numerous same core values about connecting people through positive interactions".

"When we met with Facebook, we realized that we shared numerous same core values about connecting people through positive interactions".

"We wanted to create a community that made us feel happier and more confident about ourselves", the tbh's management team notes in a new blog post. Once confirmed, you will be able to share the poll between your friends and other users of this app. As for what tbh does, it's basically a polling app filled with good-natured multiple-choice questions. To prevent bullying, issues resolved with a positive bias, for example: "Who better to call for a party" or "someone in the class the best smile?"

"When we met with Facebook, we realized that we shared numerous same core values about connecting people through positive interactions", the tbh team said in a statement.

The tbh team wrote in an announcement post that "When we met with Facebook, we realised that we shared numerous same core values about connecting people through positive interactions".

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