San Jose, Ca — Facebook is adding a way for people to reach out to a friend who may also be their ‘Secret Crush.’
Founder Mark Zuckerberg unveiled their 'Secret Crush' app at the F8 Summit in California Tuesday.
The app is live in 19 countries across Asia and South American and is available to those who already use Facebook Dating
A user can express interest in as many as nine friends.
Keep in mind the friends do NOT have to be using the dating app.
The friend received a notice that someone likes them and is encouraged to send secret crush messages as well.
If they pick you as one of their secret crushes, you both get notified!
Facebook says they will keep all the information private and wont use data from the app to make content or advertising decisions - a statement that many twitter users do not believe.
It’s not hard to imagine how the ‘Secret Crush’app could go wrong.
People can easily be bullied or just bothered because, quite possibly you don’t want to know if someone has a secret crush on you.
For now, folks in the United States can’t not use ‘Secret Crush.’
It is only available in the Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Laos, Brazil, Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Guyana, Uruguay, and Suriname.