This is an audio-only app where users can talk to each other in a live podcast forum. While people can listen to different topics there are no texts, images, or videos only voices and profile photos.
Discord allows users to create social and professional circles to initiate conversations and know about the latest news. People can also talk while playing video games.
Over the years, LinkedIn has become more than a professional networking site. Now, it allows users to post links, videos, updates and pictures as they do on Twitter.
This platform links several servers which can be considered their own social networks in many ways. Users can search for servers that include people with similar interests and even change them if they find a better server.
Reddit offers a vast collection of forums on several topics. The smaller community forums are subreddits and can be used to share and comment. However, you need to register to comment, interact or create a subreddit.
Like Twitter, Tumblr tracks trending topics using blogs with a Staff Picks section to highlight topics. The platform also features microblogging and hybrid blogging for short posts.
WT. Social is similar to Wikipedia and runs on donations. It allows users to create, join and contribute to subwiks by microblogging about topics. Also, it requires posts to be evidence-based along with credible source links.
CounterSocial allows users to create communities in addition to news and live streaming. Users can create columns on its user interface to sort posts by hashtags, topics, and users. Also, users can like, share and comment on posts.