Tellonym is a cross-platform messaging network that's available for most iPhone and Android phones and is accessible through every internet enabled device.
Tellonym lets you send messages through the platform, in some cases also without registration requirement. Tellonym uses your existing WiFi connection or data plan to operate.
Tellonym users are able to receive anonymous messages through the platform which we call Tells. Every Tell a user receives is first in his or her private inbox, which nobody but the receiver can see. Only if a user decides to answer a Tell, the original Tell and the answer become public and are visible to other users. By that, everyone keeps full control over which messages are visible to others.
A Tell itself can be sent with a name attached to it or without. In every case, we store data that enables law enforcements to track down senders in case of misuse.
Every profile on Tellonym is public by default and accessible through a custom url. The profile displays a variety of information, including a profile picture, a name, a custom status and answered Tells. All information publicly visible on a profile was provided by the account owner and can be removed from the public eye. You, as the owner of an account, always keep the full control.
Attribute based Search
We enable our users to search for other users based on a variety of attributes, including gender and rough location. This allows every user to find his or her friends and people that might be interesting for them. We never display the exact location of anybody on Tellonym.