Secret, the app for anonymously sharing secrets, launched its long-awaited Android app Wednesday and rolled out new features to both iOS and Android users.
The company also announced both apps are now available globally.
"These conversations and the incredible openness of the Secret community has inspired us to work as quickly as possible to bring Secret to more people in more places around the world," the company shared in a blog post.
The Android app will include a new feature unique to the Android version: two different activity streams, "Friend" and "Explore." The Friend stream will surface secrets from friends, which the app defines as people saved in your contact list, while Explore will display popular posts from users nearby and around the world.
Tuesday's update gives both iOS and Android users new ways to interact with others on Secret. Both apps will now include questions, posted by Secret's team, that users can answer and share with friends. The prompts will appear sporadically throughout the app and will roll out to users gradually.
For the first time, users will be able to see just how many of their friends are also using the app. Users are still kept anonymous, but the app now displays a card letting you know how many friends are also on Secret.
Tuesday's updates come just weeks after Secret announced it was readying an Android app and expanding to new countries. The app was initially only available to users in the U.S.
So what's your secret ontd?