Whether you’re having a discreet affair or you’re a frivolous Hugh Hefner type, some level of discretion in Sugar arrangements is required. Especially before trust is established, maintaining some anonymity can be in your best interest. Here are some Sugar Daddy discretion apps to help you in your quest for Sugar.
If you haven’t heard of it, you might be living under a rock. This messaging and picture messaging app lets you send messages to the contacts in your phone. The only schtick is the fact that they have a time limit. You can set your pictures to appear on the receiver’s phone for 1-10 seconds, and after that it disappears. This can be a great asset for obvious reasons.
Have you ever wanted to leave someone a message without making their phone ring? Look no further. Avoid awkward conversations and bail with ease with this app that allows you to bypass a Sugar Baby’s incoming calls and go straight to her voicemail.
Giving out your real phone number might not be an option, or maybe you just want an extra layer of privacy before you meet someone. Sideline gives you an additional number to text and make calls from. The number is disposable, and you can easily get a new one or switch it out and prevent people from contacting you on an old number.
Transferring funds has never been easier than the PayPal app. All you need is the person’s email address. However, this will appear on your billing cycle with the receiver’s name. Great for on the go gifting, not so great if your wife checks your statements.
Being safe isn’t just something women should be concerned about. It’s always better to over prepare than regret a situation that could have been prevented. Guardly helps you do just that by allowing you to alert someone or the police of your whereabouts and condition with just a few taps.
Similar to the disappearing message function of Snapchat, Wickr allows you to send messages that expire after a certain amount of time. You can set a message to self destruct in 1-10 seconds, upon which it is lost and deleted forever.