There's always one potential negative that comes with meeting a guy online: You can't ever be sure that what he's spinning in his profile is 100 percent accurate.

"If anyone else has inputted the same number, you're matched up and can chat anonymously about their shared connection," Rivani says.

"For example, if you're considering going out with a Tinder match, put their number in NDER first to see if anyone else is searching for the same person before you agree to the date."While one of the main goals of NDER is to help users in relationships discover cheaters, sussing out a potential love interest is just as useful.

If you happen to be looking for apps to use for private, discreet messaging (sexual or otherwise), we've compiled a list of some you may be interested in.

In fact, considering the iffy legal issues surrounding sexting and "intimate photo sharing," most apps used for the act specifically discourage users from partaking. In fact, if you look in your phone's app store, you'll likely see the growing number of apps offering private messaging and sharing.

Find out more about Snapchat here This relatively new app is supposed to be the safer, more secure version of Snapchat.

i Delete uses the same idea - it self-destructs images after a certain amount of time - but with a much safer method.

It’s still a thing, of course, but not nearly as popular as it used to be.

In case you need a refresher, Post Secret is an open community art project where people write their secrets on a post card, then mail them in anonymously.

Well, Whisper App is the 2014 version of Post Secret.

When you download Whisper, you can post your secrets on images, which then get anonymously posted on the app and website for other people to read.

That said, here are 7 apps that might help you to be safe with sexting: When it first came out, Snapchat immediately became the biggest sexting app that everyone couldn't stop talking about because it automatically deleted images after a maximum of 10 seconds.