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Aug 02, 2022
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As we all know, in Europe and the United States, several major social networking sites under Facebook and TikTok have dominated the social networking field in recent years, so that many Internet practitioners can only go to Web3. However, no one expected that there is another Web2 social product with a rather "nostalgic" concept in the past few days, which suddenly became a mess in the post-Gen-Z/00 group abroad, making people unable to understand. It is an anonymous Q&A product called NGL. The usage is very simple: the answerer generates a link of his own and sends it to TikTok/IG/Twitter, other netizens can click on it to ask anonymously, the user answers in the NGL app, and then the screenshot is posted to the social network in the same way superior. Post-00s "Tell the Truth": The popular anonymous app got 7 million downloads in three days; middle-aged netizens said they couldn't understand Image source: Silicon Stars intercepted from the official website of the Apple App Store Just like Clubhouse swept the global Internet b2b data with lightning speed two years ago, the frenzied pursuit of NGL is also a bit baffling. It successfully went viral last month, and many fans said they had been deeply "intoxicated", immersed in the excitement and recognition brought by anonymous Q&A, unable to extricate themselves. On TikTok, a large number of netizens have reposted and recommended this app wildly, and have even hijacked related topics such as In June of this year alone , NGL had more than 7.3 million downloads. What is even more powerful is that most of the downloads occurred within three days, which made the app store ranking of this product go from more than 300 to the top of the US iOS free app list. Videos of overseas netizens crazy about Amway products are abound on social networks such as TikTok. Image source: Silicon Stars gathered from the Internet So where is this NGL sacred, why is it so popular, and even caused a lot of controversy on the Internet? 1. "Tell the truth" is really addicting NGL is actually a web acronym for "not gonna lie", which literally translates to "not gonna lie". However, considering the usage of this phrase by the younger generation of overseas netizens, a more authentic translation should be what our Chinese netizens often say about "speaking the truth" . Today, the Silicon Stars will take you to experience how this thing works:
Post-00s "Tell the Truth": The popular anonymous app got content media
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