Ever wished you could read people's minds? Ever though you knew what people thought of you, only to later find out: you'd got it all wrong.
Knowing what other people think of you is something we all wish we could learn from time to time. Yet it’s often a double-edged sword. We want to know, but can’t bear thinking that we’re thought badly of.
Since mind-reading technology isn't yet (sadly) widely available, we've got the next best thing: 6 fun and easy Android apps for learning what people really think of you.
Honestly is an app where you can reply to questions about your friends, and find out what they really think of you. Its interface is really simple and you just have to swipe left or right to answer the questions. Quick and easy.
As you answer, you unlock new features and slowly you'll get to really know what your buddies really think of you. Are you as brave as you thought? Will you help out a friend by answering honestly?
Secret is a social network that focuses on spreading secrets. The app allows you to connect to your Facebook account and through that, you can find out all the confessions and secrets your friends have chosen to share.
Of course, there are no names, so you don't know at first glance who wrote them. But you can at least find out if they are a direct friend or a friend's friend... and then start to speculate. Are they talking about you? Hmm. Keep digging!
It's a great app, that can really help you find out if your friends are as honest as they seem.
If you are feeling brave enough, and you're willing to handle the consequences, Ask.fm is perfect for you. The popular social network lets each user receive questions from whoever chooses to ask them, completely anonymously. You just have to answer (or not!) and let the whole world know what you really think.
Ask.fm can become really entertaining and fun, but only if you are strong enough to handle and get over the barrage of negative comments that you'll inevitably get in your inbox. You have been warned!
Lulu - Girl Talk Unleashed has taken a different slant. This concept here is to evaluate guys that you know, so that other girls know what they're getting involved with. You can rate different traits and leave comments about each guy you know - it's only fair that they can then reply and defend themselves of course.
No need to say that all this is obviously anonymous, so you can feel free to say whatever you want about that ex that treated you so badly.
Get You is new concept for a social network whose main aim is to help you meet people in a fun and interesting way. Connect with your friends and meet new ones by asking different questions in order to get to know them better. It's all about first impressions here. Do I look friendly? What's my favorite food - pizza or sushi? It's a nice idea but it still needs to grow in popularity.
Noknok is an app that everyone is gonna like, especially those who like calling friends by different names. After sharing your info with your contacts, you can find out what nicknames and delightful monikers you have been saved as in their contact lists. You won't know who has done it, but you can always try to find out. Of course, they also have to be using the app in order for you to be able to find all this out.