These 4 students have combined an app to assistance teenagers speak about being bullied and get entrance to counselling.
For Me was creatively a propagandize plan though a NSPCC’s Childline has incited it into reality.
“I wish that immature people now realize they have somewhere to go,” one of a creators, Laura Hindle, tells Newsbeat.
The app facilities a private “locker” area where users get a daily mood tracker and can write down their thoughts.
It also lets users discuss with a counsellor.
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“I can’t trust this app is a existence and is out there for people all over a nation to entrance and use,” Laura tells Newsbeat.
“It’s positively extraordinary that we’ve been on this tour and been concerned in this process.
“I wish people find it useful and they can get a support they need when they’re going by uneasy times.
“I wish that immature people now realize they have somewhere to go and with a support they need they can overcome their problems.”
Now they wish to emanate an adult version
“We’ve always pronounced there should be an app for adults as we can usually use For Me until you’re 19,” Laura explains.
“Problems don’t stop once we turn an adult – they’re around your workspace – wherever we are.
“It would be extraordinary if there was an app like this for adults.
“It would be flattering extraordinary to see that happen.”
The app is now accessible as a giveaway download from a iOS app store and an Android chronicle is due to be expelled in a entrance weeks.