This real-time communication application takes context into account and lets you have multiple identities.
Currently in beta, the Woop app is trying to move away from using a single chat interface to chat to friends and family, build community, promote events, share photos and all your other text-based needs. By creating a hashtag on the communication application, users have the freedom to be themselves or put on any other persona they wish.
Teddy mode makes hashtags totally private and lets you pick individually who can see what you post or share. On the opposite end of the spectrum, Bunny mode is totally public to everyone. Kitty mode sits in the middle, where anyone can follow the conversation but contributors must be invited.