There's a new "quiz app" going viral with teens that's a lot more NSFW than tbh. Called FriendO, the app lets users compete in "quizzes" to find out who their "real friends" are — and teens are going crazy for it. Sort of like a non-anonymous version of tbh, which Facebook acquired last month, FriendO has been climbing up the App Store charts over the last month. The app has a number of "categories" that friends can quiz each other on, such as what their favorite foods and sports are, or other personality traits. Users take turns answering questions about each other, and they're then ranked in an in-app leaderboard, which shows their scores.
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Perpetua was one of several hundred people — 15 percent of the company — laid off from BuzzFeed this month. McMahon has contributed hundreds of quizzes for free — BuzzFeed has for years allowed and encouraged so-called community users to submit quizzes without paying them — and says she never really had any idea how much traffic, and by extension revenue, she was bringing the company. Intelligencer caught up with McMahon to talk about her quiz prowess, her guilt over BuzzFeed staffers losing their jobs, and why Pop-Tarts plus Disney princes is a recipe for success on the internet. Hi, Rachel.