• The app lets users be as anonymous as they want, even letting them pixelate their face and have an auto-generated username.

• Huddle is aimed at those suffering from addiction and mental health issues, but users can create support groups around anything from women's issues to being HIV positive.

Which is why Blackman’s father, who had an alcohol addiction, was hesitant to come forward and seek help for his addiction, and later died as a result.

Blackman, along with cofounder Tyler Faux, want to make finding support easier and more accessible, and hopefully prevent those like Blackman’s father from struggling alone.

The app is video-based: Users share videos of themselves with the group that other members can respond to with videos of their own, or text replies.

The app also randomly generates usernames, so users’ full names won't be displayed anywhere unless they choose to do so.

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