We all know Facebook for it’s social media, drama, selfies, games, pages, our day to day lives that we share with the world around us. It seems that almost everyone is using it from users such as you and me and even your grandma Jill. Every time there is a major update, we all scramble to check our privacy settings. I tend not to trust Facebook with my personal information too much and now they are trying to make anonymity even easier. I prefer to be known by people as “Ravlanda” from Soviet Russia. There. I’m anonymous. That was easy.
Now, it looks like Facebook's responding to complaints with a mobile app "that allows users to interact inside of it without having to use their real names." That's according to two people speaking with The New York Times, anyway; the sources also said the app is set to launch "in the coming weeks."