The world’s largest social has been compelling users to use their real names for years. But in a recent interview, Mark Zuckerberg revealed that real names would not be required for the mobile apps the networking is about to rolling out.
The reports reveals that both the companies have met to discuss the ways to work together, though neither has officially commented on it.
” However, two sources familiar with Facebook’s plans denied reports that the social network offered $100 million to buy the app,” AllFacebook reported.
Secret’s social mobile app lets its users to share their secrets anonymously, but it is in initial stages right now.