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] “At first it was people saying nice things and complimenting others, and then it turned into bullying,” said Mya Bianchi, a 15-year-old who attends Ionia High School in central Michigan.

Mya said a user posted her phone number along with instructions to contact her for photos, a message that was punctuated by a winking smiley face and icons of a camera and a bikini.

Similar to Yik Yak — an open app that has become popular on college campuses — After School allows teens to post comments and images on message boards associated with individual high school campuses but carries nothing identifying the students who post there.

[What is Yik Yak, the app that fielded racist threats at University of Missouri?

“We want them to feel like if there’s something that they’re curious about but they don’t want their identity associated with, they can ask it.” Levy said that an algorithm automatically blocks posts with certain verbiage — like those that urge other students to harm themselves.Students started online petitions asking Apple to remove After School from its App Store, with one saying: “with the shield of anonymity, users have zero accountability for their posts, and can openly spread rumors, call classmates hurtful names, send threats, or even tell someone to kill themselves — and all of these things are happening.” Apple pulled the app from its store that same month, and a new version was released in April, promoting a long list of enhanced safety features, including a fast-response system that contacts authorities if a threat is detected.While After School has no information on the identity of users, it does keep cellphone data that can help police trace a post to a particular device.But there have been complaints about cyberbullying and anonymous threats on the app since shortly after it first appeared in November 2014.A month after its debut, a 17-year-old at Brandon High School in Ortonville, Mich., threatened an attack in a series of After School posts, including one that read, “Id rather take my AR 15 to school and practice on my classmates than to the gun range,” said his attorney, Deanna Kelley.He pleaded guilty to making a terrorist threat and using a computer in a crime and was sentenced to 90 days in jail.