Fragmenter - Online Diary

Anonymous online diary. Diary to be read by everyone. And no one.

You will have a text box at your disposal, in which you can write something every two hours or less frequently, thus creating your own mini-blog, a snap-shot of your current life. Your notes are called "fragments".

You are supposed to briefly sum up your recent experiences, write about something you did or felt in the past few hours. It allows you to not “drift off” for too long in some mechanical or unpleasant activities. Every two hours you can buck up and think about whether you're doing or feeling what you really want. That will have a very healthy effect on your mental state - what the Fragmenter is all about.

● No comments or “likes” – just write without regard for others
Here you can subscribe to other members to see what they are writing, but there will be no communication - no comments, no questions, no “likes” etc. Thus we prevent the "like-mania" that wears out so many participants of conventional social networks. We want you to feel comfortable writing about yourself whatever you like.

● Up to 701-character fragments
The length of a fragment is up to 701 characters; that allows you to write about the most important things, while other users will not have to read long sheets of text.

● Anonimity
We do not collect or hold any personal data. The messages containing personal data will be deleted. Also, you can make you fragments private (visible only to you).

● We have no advertising
Comfort of our members is our priority. So we want the Fragmenter to be snug and spacious.

Developer: Nikolay Makhonin
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Additional Information

April 1, 2016
Current Version
Requires Android
2.3 and up
Content Rating
Interactive Elements
Users Interact
Offered By
Good Bit Labs
Russia, Moscow, Tulskaya st., 2
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