Blue Fever - Self Care Support 12+

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Blue Fever

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.6 • 616 Ratings
    • Free

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Meet Blue Fever, a judgment-free community for self-discovery and emotional growth.

We believe everyone deserves access to day-to-day mental health support—something previous generations had to go without—so you’ll find BF’s filled with safe, welcoming spaces to share whatever's on your mind.

See what it’s like to have a self care friend group in Blue Fever. Let’s navigate life, together.

All identities, feelings and experiences are welcome in BF! Freely share your thoughts, stories, questions and creativity… without the pressure or worry too often experienced when posting on social media's highly-curated + filtered platforms.

For example, you might be a student asking for advice on finding more supportive friends. Or maybe you want to share a confusing LGBTQIA+ dating experience? Perhaps you’re starting a diary for your eating disorder recovery journey or are ready to form a manifestation ritual (hello positive mindset!!). Whatever’s on your mind, we’re here for it.

Feel supported as you build self-awareness and grow through life’s wins and challenges. The Blue Fever Fam is always around to help you celebrate, provide alternate points-of-view, and lead you to the best resources at times when all you want is to just feel better.

BF was designed as a safe space for understanding and embracing your most authentic self. Our anti-toxicity tech eliminates the anxiety too-often triggered by pressure-filled, over-curated social platforms. Think of BF as emotional media, not social media.

COMMUNITY FEEDBACK (that made us smile)

“This app has made me feel more connected and understood as a person.”

“Since everyone’s going to keep posting everything, everywhere, let's at least fill our time with content that accurately represents reality for us and prioritizes our mental health. This is why I love BF's community!!”

“Just seeing everyone’s thoughts helped me through some really rough times… everyone needs this no matter what you’re going through.”

“This week has been really hard and lonely for me, just long and mentally exhausting. I logged onto BF today and felt so safe. I read so many stories of people going through the exact same things I am. I just wanted to thank you for making this app, it truly has had an impact on me.”

“It’s like friend-group therapy.”

“This app so far has been a comfortable space to vent to people who care. It’s made me feel like I’m not alone.”

“BF is the most honest place on the internet.”


• Browse different perspectives on whatever you’re going through

• Share thoughts anonymously with groups of people who can relate

• Support others with thoughtful + impactful reactions like hugs, GIFS and replies

• Co-create with us! We love sourcing new feature ideas + feedback from our community


Blue Fever was started by a team of young women who want nothing more than to help you meet your truest self faster and easier than we did. We promise an inclusive space with our proprietary toxicity filters and strict privacy practices for your personal info. We are not Instagram, Snapchat, YikYak, TikTok, Reddit, Yubo, or anywhere else that has made you feel less than— Blue Fever is self care 2.0 and we’re excited to support you on your self-love journey.

Trying to get in touch? DM us on Instagram @bluefever, TikTok @bluefeverapp, or email

What’s New

Version 2.1.1

Minor enhancements and bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
616 Ratings

616 Ratings

Buttercuup_02 ,

Lots of love—and a couple suggestions

First off, I just wanna say—I’m so impressed and proud of you guys for how far you’ve come with BF! I loved using the texting service and now I’m loving the app as well. You’re making such a difference in the world and I’m so thankful to be a part of it!:)

I have a couple suggestions for the app as well.

1) It would be much easier to navigate other’s notes if there were a button (maybe in the top right or left corner) to specifically view other people’s notes (especially by topic/moodtag) rather than have to wait for your conversation with BF to finish loading.

2) I would love to see a separate “advice” section of the app where you can post questions and comment answers to other’s posts. Basically, an open discussion-based area for getting life advice from others like you.

- A side note on this: I really love the current functions and setup of the Notes and how you can leave hugs and reaction stickers. It feels easier to quickly react to a note without feeling pressured into commenting, which I bet means a lot more notes are getting reactions than they may otherwise have if it were a comment-based platform. However, having this separate part of the app where you *can* comment would be beneficial without sacrificing the simplicity and perfection of the Notes section.

Developer Response ,

hi Buttercup! we're so glad you love the app - thank you for helping us make a difference!! we really appreciate your feedback about navigation and commenting in the app and will be sure to keep your suggestions in mind💙

spidey🕷️🕸️ ,

Love it only 1 issue

I love this app, I think it has a really supportive community and overall is just awesome. I like that there’s a private journal part, because if I just want to get something off my mind real quickly I can do so without having other people see it or worrying if it might trigger someone. The one problem I had with this app, is that I’ve come a long way, so I’m doing a lot better. I love the app for hearing people’s relationship advice and everything, but I don’t like reading about people who’s mental health is doing badly- because that sometimes sort of triggers me so I end up really sad. That sounds stupid and you may be thinking, “ok so just delete the app?” But I really like the other categories, it’s just annoying when someone posts something about mental health on something like the relationship category when it’s completely unrelated. Then as I’m scrolling through what I think will be people’s stories about relationships, I all of the sudden see one that’s about someone who’s in a really bad mental state. Yk what I mean? Hopefully that made sense, and I don’t have any other complaints. This is a great app if you want a safe and anonymous place to rant or vent to supportive people that will listen and give advice. I also really like that the chat is filtered for no bad words and moderators delete comments if they’re hateful or repetitively mean. That’s all, have a great day/night 💜

Developer Response ,

Hi spidey! Thank you so much for your review! Reviews like this help us out so much :) If you want to become more involved and let us know more in detail on how we can do better feel free to email us over at!

kit kat 223144 ,

This app is honestly so great

Ive never been a big fan of journaling which is what this app is advertised for but it’s so much better than normal journaling, the way it’s set up makes it almost impossible to create a toxic environment like most social medias, the fact that you can’t comment and can only interact with people’s stuff through gifs/stickers and hugs can be inconvenient but you can understand why it’s set up like that, plus the app is entirely anonymous so you don’t feel stressed to hide something or scared to share something in case someone you know irl will see it because there’s no way they could know it’s you! The different journals are awesome and the people on there are awesome and the way the app is set up is awesome! I really do adore this app for its wholesome, calm, easy to use environment

Developer Response ,

aww, tysm for the feedback! we're so glad you're part of the BF fam 💙

App Privacy

The developer, Blue Fever, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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