Like Snapchat, but creepier.
In this, our brave new world, there are almost too many ways to send your loved ones pictures of your genitals. Almost. Sneeky, a new social app by the designer of Draw Something, could be the first to enable users to share photos anonymously.
You can covertly message an image (or "Sneek") to anyone in your contacts, though it's possible to opt out from receiving Sneeks from people who don't appear on your contact list as well. Considering that none of my own friends have yet downloaded Sneeky (I did, however, have the option to send photos to myself), it seems like — despite the promise of "anonymity" — it'll be awfully easy to guess who sent what for the foreseeable future.
Though the makers of Sneeky don't seem to acknowledge its raunchy applications, they do note that the app is targeted to 16 to 24-year-olds, a key sexting demographic. This could be the biggest vehicle for unsolicited dicks since an open trench coat. Moms, take heed.
Sneeky is available for free on iOS. Get your junk into hair and makeup.
[h/t Daily Dot]
Images via Sneeky.