Oozzat!? is a brand new messaging app that allows you to send and receive messages from the contacts in your phonebook for free PLUS the added option to message anonymously.Either use the app to message your contacts normally or have some fun playing the guessing game of who's sending messages to who by going anonymous. Whether it's to prank a family member, tell a secret to your friend or to let your crush know you like them, Oozzat!? is the app for you!If you get really stuck trying to work out who has sent you an anonymous message, use Reveals to identify the sender. We even give you 10 Credits and 1 Reveal to start you off! Be on the look out for news and offers to have a chance to win more reveals and credits.Main features include:- Completely free messaging between devices.- Have some fun by sending anonymous messages to your contacts, leaving them guessing who's talking to them.- If you are desperate to find out who has sent you an anonymous message, use Reveals to identify the sender.- Why not add to the fun by sending picture messages to your friends, these can be anonymous too!- Want to hide who you're messaging from over-the-shoulder snoopers? Use the hide chat feature to cover up who you are talking to.- Get all your friends involved in the same message by using groups and group chats.- Getting pesky messages that you don't want to receive? Use the warn feature or stop unwanted messages altogether by blocking contacts.- Surprise your contacts with a delayed message, whether it be 5 minutes or 5 hours - it's up to you!- Get free Credits for using the app! You will receive 1 free Credit every day that you use the app and on the 3rd and 7th day you will receive 1 free Reveal.- All your sent messages are encrypted meaning your private messages are completely private!- You have complete control of your account. Remove all data, messages and trace of your account at the click of a button! (Due to registrations restrictions it may take unto 48 hours to remove your number but your account and messages will be removed immediately)
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