New SurprzeMe Photo Sharing App Lets You Send Hidden Photos to Your Friends

The app lets users share hidden photos with their contacts by hiding one photo behind another.

SurprzeMe has announced the launch of its photo sharing app on iOS and Android. The app lets users share hidden photos with their contacts by hiding one photo behind another. The app only reveals a hidden picture when the recipient holds their finger on the screen, and when the finger is lifted, the top image comes back into view.

With SurprzeMe, users share two photos at once, and can import photos from their device or take new pictures within the app. Users can decorate their pictures with text, stickers, memes and more, and can also add sound effects or song clips to their photos.

In addition to sharing content through private chat, users can share their posts to a public feed, and can follow their friends and search for content using hashtags. Users can also post likes and comments on photos.

In a statement, Felix Cao, co-founder and CEO of SurprzeMe, commented:

We wanted to add character to picture messages and allow our users to connect in a new way. We came up with SurprzeMe to allow our users to apply their own creative message to every picture.

SurprzeMe is available to download for free on the iTunes App Store and Google Play.