Social gaming app, TopTop, is gaining popularity in the Gulf countries because of the way app developers have focused on users’ privacy and data protection.
The app allows people to play relaxing games like ludo, dominoes, and multi-player minesweeper, etc. Users can play with their friends in a private room or make new friends through the games. Interesting games that can boost intelligence on TopTop are attracting more and more users.
TopTop is designed for Middle East users. Currently, according to data from App Annie, it ranks among the top 3 in the Google Play social app download and crossing lists in Oman. It has also ranked among the top five in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, making it one of the most popular social apps in the Arabic region.
Unlike most of other male-dominated social apps, nearly half of TopTop’s active users are females. It is believed that women prefer the app because of its sound privacy protection measures and anti-harassment mechanisms.
TopTop supports one-click registration, and users can start playing simply by entering a nickname and choosing a profile picture, without verifying their phone number or any social media accounts, which undoubtedly protects users’ privacy to a large extent.
In addition, TopTop has established offensive word recognition, blacklist block, harassment report functions. For example, if a user tries to send an offensive word, the system will automatically recognize it and prompt the user to think again before sending it. If any offensive word is sent, the receiver is provided a convenient way to block and report the message. Once users report malicious harassment or other bad behaviors, the platform will close the offensive account immediately upon verification.
Such a series of mechanisms, the app owners say, have greatly improved the social experience for women users, enabling them to enjoy games and social happiness in a safe atmosphere. TopTop’s users have grown in size and the app has become the most popular gaming social platform in the Gulf countries.
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