The Internet these days filled with new and interesting kinds of stuff. A year back, an app allowed its users to receive and send anonymous text messages to any other users. Yes! I am talking about Sarahah. This app came out from nowhere and became the most downloaded in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Now there is something new- the Stulish- Anonymous Messaging app.

Just like Sarahah, Stulish is another Android app. It is developed by HNL entertainment. is available for Android and iPhone at this moment. However, cannot be used on other mobile platforms like Microsoft Windows Phone.

What is Stulish all about?

Stulish is about discovering anonymous users nearby you on the Stulish app. The app is all about finding and communicating a person anonymously. The app mentions that it helps to face frankness, boost your strengths, address your weakness and more.


How to get started with the Stulish app?

Unlike Sarahah you cannot access this Stulish app from any browser. So to get started with Stulish you need to download the app from the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. After downloading the app, you have to register and create your profile. Either you can register directly using your Facebook account or you can provide your email. Id to create your profile on the Stulish app. Just enter the username after ‘’ to start. Once you are logged in, you can share your Stulish profile on different social media like Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and more.

You can check your inbox and read what your friends are confessing to you and just like Sarahah. Then, you can share those texts on Facebook, WhatsApp and on all other social networking sites.

Users cannot apply filters or exert some control over the ones sending them the messages. But they can “favorite” the messages that they like. Also, the app does not allow them to respond to messages. Stulish app notes that it would not disclose users’ identities without consent.

Note- According to the recent reports, Sarahah app is no longer handy from Google Play Store and Apple App Store, but if users have the app installed it would run normally.