in my day a young lady was prepared to deal with the house and kids and put up with a husband no matter how gruff or mean or bossy he was. his favorite thing to tell me was 'when you grow up you will understand'.
Say hey to rumr, a new messaging app that’s vying to draw your attention away from all the other ways to say hey already in play.
rumr is launching today as a free download for i OS and Android Before you say ‘yeah, good luck with competing with Whats App/Facebook/Snapchat et al’ rumr’s twist is that it’s anonymous group messaging with friends.
(Or at least, with people you actively choose to connect with for the purposes of identity-free chatting.) This is not about anonymously chatting with Internet randoms/digital bottomfeeders, says rumr CEO and founder James Jerlecki, who brings a background in messaging to this startup, having previously worked for text Plus.
You might ask what makes these apps so special: you can do it all anonymously.
This gives you a worry-free way to speak to new people and then when you feel comfortable you can decide to share your true identity.
So, download one of these anonymous chat apps and start chatting with someone today.
Rumr has been in the works for around half a year, raising an 0,000 seed back in October, led by Khosla Ventures‘ Ben Ling.
Google Ventures‘ MG Siegler also participated in the round (Disclosure: Siegler is a columnist for Tech Crunch but he had no input into this article — and, to my knowledge, was not aware I was writing it); along with Greycroft Partners; LA-based angel investor Paige Craig; and Scott Lahman, text Plus founder and CEO.
i love him, i live for him, i am not just a 'lay' for him, i am the real thing for him, but none of that matters, everyone sees me as his play date on the side. my older brother's best friend liked me and 'took' me when i was 13, and 14 and 15 and 16 and 17 and so on and so on and so on.