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NGL: Anonymous Q&A is a new app for Instagram where users can send anonymous messages to each other. Here’s everything you need to know about it.
Whenever a new app takes over a particular social networking site, users flood the internet with memes and reactions to the latest online craze.
The NGL maintains that users’ identities are kept private so they can ask questions without revealing their real names.
We break down everything we know about the app, including features and how to use it.
What is NGL?
NGL is a new Instagram post that stands for “I’m not going to lie.” The app was first created in November 2021 by a team in Venice Beach, California, but has only just taken off on social media.
The app is mainly aimed at teenagers where they can share their opinion in a safe place without revealing their name.
It is developed by DeepMoji and is available to users worldwide. The developers are currently working on translating the app into more than 50 languages in the next few months.
Users can share their anonymous posts by uploading them to their Instagram stories. If you want to know how to do it, you can read our article here.
NGL Tips and Features
The app is free for all users, but it includes in-app purchases that you can add if needed.
One feature is called “hints” which can provide users with more information about other users without revealing their actual name or user handle. These tooltips contain only information such as the user’s device model or location.
Those of you who want this feature will need to get one of three subscription tiers, which currently cost $1.99, $4.99, and $9.99.
NGL currently only allows one account and if a profile is deleted users will lose their posts.
How does the application work?
Once you’ve shared the NGL link in your Instagram stories, your friends will be able to answer questions or send you an anonymous message through your Instagram story.
You can see all responses through the NGL app in your inbox and post your response to your Instagram story. If you need more posts, you can add the ngl.link to your Instagram bio.
Over the following weeks, the app teased the introduction of more specific hints that would make it easier to get sender details.
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