Tittat is an opinions sharing application with a bit of a difference. Rather than being one of the many apps available that test how people feel about things, Tittat deals with people. To my mind, this iOS application is a three-pronged trident. It's a place where you can go to see what people are saying about you or the people that you know. Where it could come in even more useful though, is by telling you things about someone you've just come in contact with or are just about to meet. Do they have a dodgy background? Have they been married before? Is the business they are doing legal and above board or is there something a little shady about them? Tittat delivers anonymous opinions and gives you an idea whether the person you are interested in is good, bad or just plain ugly.
Tittat is a unique, opinion sharing platform for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch that aims to deliver the truth - whether it be good or bad - about you, the people you know or the people you are likely to meet. This social networking app features a number of different options to find out what people are really saying out there in the big wide world. It can offer various personal opinions about people that might be of interest to you that are sent in by totally anonymous users. This doesn't mean that people can just go and spread malicious lies or mistruths about others as all comments must be within the laws of the land and no insults, slander or defamation is allowed. All users are legally responsible for the things that they say here about other people and, you must remember, being anonymous does not mean that you are exempt from impunity. One also doesn't need to be a user to be discussed at Tittat and users will still be sharing their opinions and life experiences about everyone and everybody - even those people aren't actually signed up to the app. Tittat tries to expose the truth about a person via anonymous comments, allowing users to see if the person they've just met is on the up-and-up, a bit of a bullshitter or simply too good to be true. Because all opinions and correspondence are anonymous, information about someone that might previously have been considered to be a little too revealing can be made public and accessible to a broad audience. Whether you're digging for dirt on a friend, a colleague or a potential romantic partner or if you are simply looking for a funny secret about someone you already know, Tittat offers a broad set of answers for people who live their lives in the social network.
The point of Tittat is not idle gossip about people and the app doesn't allow the posting of any insults, slander, threats or hate speeches. The developers say that they want to encourage people to think about their actions before they do anything shady and even a deep, dark secret can become public knowledge pretty quickly. It aims to identify cheaters, swindlers, imposters and other wrongdoers before they get to work. It's an easy to use app that could be used for pure fun or for more investigative measures. Is that woman or man that you are thinking of marrying really as sweet and nice as you think they are? Is that person you are thinking of going into business with as honest and above board as they claim to be. You could hire a detective to check them out or you can start your research here. The detective will probably end up being a bit more expensive though.