Gas is an app to give compliments to our friends and improve our self-esteem. Here is how we ensure the app is a safe and private experience for you.
Schools are provided to help friends find each other. When you join a school that isn’t yours, people who don’t know you can request to be friends with you. Never join a school that you don't attend.
Gas is an app to compliment friends that you know. Adding strangers will allow people who don’t know you to vote on you.
Sharing phones or your phone number can cause your account to be compromised or your user data to be corrupted.
Gas does not need your location after signing up. We only use it to find nearby schools to join. Disabling it will not impact your experience. To disable, open the Settings app › select Gas › Set Location to Never.
Your friends can see your Top Flames when visiting your profile If you are not comfortable with this, you can hide them by going to› › Hide Top Flames.
If you see a user breaking the rules, open the user's profile › tap in the left corner › select report user. Provide as much information as you can in the input box.
Gas works best when the names you see in polls are the people who they say they are. If you sign up with a fake name, it hurts our community.
Your profile photo should represent you. While it doesn’t need to be a photo of you, you should never provide a photo that contains graphic or hateful images.
We are always trying to make Gas better. If you have any feedback or want to report a negative experience, please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.