iPhone App Review by TheiPhoneAppReview.com
Tittat, an app by TitTat Ltd., is basically designed for users to find out other people’s viewpoints on them while also sharing their own viewpoints on others. Created as a social networking app, Tittat is used by being directly attached to your Facebook account, making the signup process fairly simple.
The logo for Tittat is “cheaters revealed,” and the app focuses on creating a social platform that allows users to discuss their opinions and knowledge of other listed on the app.
The “cheaters revealed” part of the app is based on the idea that others using Tittat may have spotted your significant other out with another person (instead of you); through using Tittat, his/her actions would be no longer unknown to you, as you’d now have witnesses.
Of course, using Tittat isn’t just meant to be for monitoring your significant other when you’re not around; it can also be used to get others’ opinions on you or their opinions on the guy/girl you wish you were dating.
The app also includes location services, allowing users to be aware of other Tittat-ers being discussed near them. However, although users are allowed to post anonymously, they are reminded that they are legally responsible for the words they post; therefore, the app is not meant to be used as a place for anonymously postings hate language.
Appearance and Layout:
Tittat is laid out simply enough. It can be easily navigated, and users just need to connect their Facebook accounts to the app in order to start using it.
Issues of personal privacy are brushed aside by the makers of Tittat, who claim that not using Tittat because of not wanting to be discussed is illogical, since users on the app could be discussing them already anyways.
The simple logo for Tittat is also well designed and easily recognizable.
Tittat is a free app, so the monetary price-paid “value” of it is definitely good. However, as briefly alluded to earlier, Tittat’s usability is somewhat limited, particularly for those who may wish to maintain more private social media lives.
Even though the app claims that not joining due to privacy concerns is pointless because users on the app may already be discussing you, it still seems reasonable to assume that using Tittat should increase your chance of being discussed by potential strangers, whether you want that or not.
Tittat requires iOS 6.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad, and you must be at least 17 years old to download this app. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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