Best Social Apps of 2022
Discord is a chatting app originally for gamers, but it is now also in Wikis and YouTuber groups. Its purpose is to create communities. Unfortunately, it has also been used by Pedophiles to groom minors. Some Discords are only allowed by invited users, however
Telegram is a freeware, cross-platform, cloud-based instant messaging software and application service. The service also provides end-to-end encrypted video calling, VoIP, file sharing and several other features. Telegram is a pro-free speech, pro-privacy social media platform that does not engage in the censorship imposed by sites such as Facebook and Twitter.
TextNow got its start in 2009 as a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) app that provided you with a U.S. phone number, which you could use to make calls or text over Wi-Fi. Four years later, the service expanded into a true mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that piggybacks on other cellular networks to provide wireless coverage for your smartphone. TextNow is currently the highest regarded and most popular app for completely free, unlimited calls and text to any number in the U.S. and Canada. They also great mobile phone deals on their website.
TextMe is a cross-platform messaging application that allows you to send unlimited texts (SMS) messages and pictures to any phone number in United States, Canada, Mexico and 40 countries in the World for free. It is a good alternative to the popular free calling/ texting app TextNow for those whom do not like TextNow’s service.
Textfree is the free calling and free SMS app that gives you a real US phone number so you can send text anyone, even if they don’t have the app. Keep in touch with features such as free SMS messaging, group messaging, free MMS picture messaging, international texting & calling, voicemail and more—all for free.
Burner is the market-leading phone number app — the original and best second line for private calling, texting, and picture messaging. Use Burner for everyday situations — create a second phone number for work, salespeople, web forms, deliveries, or shopping online. A perfect business phone number for solopreneurs, startups, small businesses, or side projects, integrate with productivity apps like Dropbox, Google Drive & Slack. Create multiple numbers, keep them as long as you want, and burn them anytime. No hassles, no contracts.
Gab is an alternative social networking service to Twitter created by Andrew Torba that emerged due to blatant disregard for free speech by popular social media platforms. It is based in Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania. Unlike Parler, Gab owns its own servers, hence Big Tech cannot pull the plug on its operations. The site is populated with a majority of politically right-leaning users, although all speech protected under the first amendment is welcome. Gab’s motto is “Speak Freely” and their mascot (pictured) is “Gabby” the frog.
Gettr is an American social networking service and alternative to Twitter created by Jason Miller, a former advisor to President Trump. However, the site has been criticized for its censorship of users, despite claiming to be a free speech platform.
Minds is a blockchain-based, privacy-focused social network with no bias, hidden algorithms or censorship.
MeWe is an American social media and social networking service owned by Sgrouples, a company based in Culver City, California. MeWe’s light approach to content moderation has made it a popular Facebook alternative among American conservatives. Due to concerns surrounding pro-China censorship of Facebook, the site also gained popularity in Hong Kong in November 2020.
Truth Social 🆓
Truth Social is a social media website being developed by the Trump Media & Technology Group as a competitor to Facebook, Twitter, due to censorship. The website officially launched on February 20, 2022 for iOS users.
Vero is a simple way to capture and share the world’s moments. Follow your friends and family to see what they’re up to, and discover accounts from all over the world that are sharing things you love. Join the community of over 500 million people and express yourself by sharing all the moments of your day––the highlights and everything in between, too.
BitChute is an Internet video hosting service which was created by Ray Vahey. Unlike the similar and more well-known YouTube, BitChute does not censor content based on politics or ideology, and for this reason (among others), content creators who formerly posted their videos on YouTube are increasingly moving over to BitChute due to being unjustly “deplatformed,” illegally censored and subjected to losing the ability to make money from their videos for content which Google doesn’t like (i.e. conservative content). The site is based on the peer-to-peer WebTorrent system.
Odysee is an Internet video hosting service which was created by Jeremy Kauffman. Unlike the similar and more well-known YouTube, Odysee does not censor content based on politics or ideology. The platform uses the LBRY protocol which is a decentralized file-sharing and payment network built using blockchain and BitTorrent technology. Once you create an account it reuploads automatically the content from YouTube if you sync your account.
LinkedIn is a social network for professionals. Whether you’re a marketing executive at a major company, a business owner who runs a small local shop or even a first year college student looking to explore future career options, LinkedIn is for anybody and everybody who’s interested in taking their professional lives seriously by finding new opportunities to grow their careers and to connect with other professionals.
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