Blind (app)

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Template:Third-party Blind is an anonymous chat app (iOS and Android) for tech employees.

Occasionally they conduct polls to check anonymously the opinion of employees of a specific company and all companies over various issues

According to the company, it clandestinely verifies that the registered users actually work in the said company.[1]

The company has been in the news on multiple cases, noticeably when its anonymous polls discovered the inside opinion of employees within the tech industry.

According to the app page in iOS app store, it has registered employees numbering: "25,000 Microsoft, 4,000 Uber, 12,000 Amazon employees and more from Google, Facebook, Airbnb + " [2]

According to Forbes [3] the Korean founded app is being used by 1,500 companies in Korea alone and is influencing corporate decisions by giving executives information about employees concerns.


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