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Vent app review: share your frustration without fear of being victimized 2021



One of the best ways of getting frustrating or stressful situations off your chest is by sharing them with the world. The Vent app provides users with a new way of venting their anger and frustrations. Thisventing app is compatible with iPhone and iPad devices and the default language is English.

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Since its inception in the market, it has generated massive popularity and thousands of downloads from all across the globe , resulting in significantly high users rating and positive reviews.

This anonymous venting app makes it easy and covenient to unload whatever is on your mind. Keep reading our Vent app review for more details. 

Vent - Express your feelings and make friends


Discover a New Way of Getting Frustration off your Chest

Vent is a great application that you can count on to help you relieve stress and get frustrating experiences off your chest. Unlike other social media, platforms where you will be judged by other users, this one does not judge or discriminate users.

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You are free to express yourself using any method that you feel comfortable with. Most of the users prefer writing down their experiences.

To ensure that users get the best experience, the app has an intuitive interface that is easy to navigate and create messages. For instance, you can type a 100-word message in five minutes or less depending on your typing speed.

All the users of the app share your ideologies and are determined to help you get it off your chest to move on.

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Best Features

To help you vent out your anger and frustration, the app has a dedicated “how are you feeling” interface that list down the various feelings such as Irritated, Angry, Disgusted, Frustrated, and Jealous.

All you need to do is choose an option that best suits your feelings and write a description to explain to the members how you feel.

The developers have also incorporated special icons that you can add on your messages to convey the intended message. For instance, there are a number of icons that you can use to show your frustration or anger. Just highlight any of them and post them on your message before posting it.

Other users will get a chance to view your message and comment using various common abbreviations such as OMG, HUG, LOL, and WTF. The app will also record the number of vents that you post, number of posts that you have commented on, and the number of people who comment on your vents.

Go ahead and add a profile message on your profile to make it more noticeable to the public. The database is updated periodically to ensure that all vents posted are visible to the community. However, it is recommendable to refresh your list to get all the new posts. 

The latest versions of vent app have introduced numerous new options, such as a new tipping feature has been added, you can now tip other users in anonymous venting app for posting great content or offering support, allow Group admins/mods to ban a user who is not a member of the group, from the emotions slider, tap the "How do you feel?" test to see a list of emotions sets for quick selection and lots of others.

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Vent - Express your feelings and make friends


Pros and Cons


  • No limit on type of language that you can use to vent your feelings
  • Simple interface
  • Less prone to bugs


  • Your device has to be connected to a reliable Internet connection for it to work

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Final Thoughts

Vent is an awesome app that you can use to express your feelings to a supportive community that is willing to listen to your feelings. 

Vent - Express your feelings and make friends

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Cherry is a hard-working writer and an aspiring web designer who can't go a day without using her favorite apps. She's always on the lookout for new apps and enjoys discovering ones that others have overlooked.