In Halka, words disappear as you type so you can express yourself candidly without fear of judgment. You can write for as long as you want to or set a time limit.
At the end of a writing session, the entries are deleted and nothing gets saved.
Nope. For utmost privacy, sessions aren't saved locally, in the cloud or, well, anywhere. Halka also does not see what you write about. Once you're done, it's gone forever.
At the end of a session, you'll have an opportunity to view your entry before it's deleted. You can then take screenshots on your device to save your writing.
"Halka" means "lightweight" in Bengali. It can also be used to mean "a small amount".