Facebook has more than 2 billion users worldwide, but after 15 years on the air, many people may be thinking about deleting their profile.
Alternatively, in addition to the famous platforms such as Instagram and YouTube, there are several other social networks for those who want to interact with friends.
With that in mind, we’ve listed five social networks that can be interesting options: Skoob for those who like to read, Hello for those who miss Orkut, Vero and Ello for those who can’t stand to see any more advertising on the Internet – even old Hi5, who did not die and still has 300 million registered members, for those who want to flirt.
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Ello is an ad-free social network – Photo: (Photo: Reproduction / Ello)
The social network Ello stands out for being ad-free.
The platform promises to guarantee the privacy of users’ data, preventing them from being sold to other companies – referring to Facebook.
The network is not new.
It was created in 2013 by a group of designers and artists who wanted an uncomplicated space without advertisements to share ideas with friends and the world.
Available for Android phones and iPhone (iOS) and on the web, until today, it defines itself as «the network of creators», as explained in the description of the app on the Play Store: «Ello is a marketplace and network publishing platform for the creators of the world to share and sell their work, create audience, visibility and opportunities, and be hired and collaborate «.
Hello is from the same creator of Orkut – Photo: Reproduction / Hello
Those who miss Orkut, which was disabled in 2014, can identify with Hello.
The network was also created by Turkish programmer Orkut Buyukkokten and has several features inspired by the «big brother».
Hello’s great appeal is in the concept of personas, which is a way to rescue communities in a more modern way.
The purpose of the network is also the same: to bring together people who have the same interests.
Launched in 2016 with web version and for Android and iPhone (iOS), the network came to be known as the «new Orkut».
Vero may be one of Facebook’s biggest competitors – Photo: Reproduction / Vero
Vero is a network that calls itself «truly social».
Unlike Facebook and Instagram, the platform has no ads and presents publications in chronological order, that is, it does not use algorithms to display posts.
Despite having been created in 2015, its peak was in 2018, when it reached the top of the American App Store and reached the mark of one million users.
At Vero, you can share photos and videos, which can be edited and also recommend music through iTunes, movies, at themoviedb.org, and books, from iBooks.
As with other platforms, the user can use hashtags to view posts on a given subject.
Hi5 allows you to use Facebook login to register – Photo: Reproduction / Hi5
Hi5 was created in 2003 and peaked in 2008, when it was among the 20 most visited sites on the Internet.
Despite being «old», the network can please anyone looking for something like Facebook.
This is because the platform also allows the creation of a personal profile and interaction with friends through posts and sharing of content such as photos, videos and others.
Available in 15 languages, the network has around 300 million registered members and is aimed at anyone who wants to flirt, date or make new friends.
Hi5 is available on Android, iPhone and the web.
To login, the user can authorize the use of Facebook data, synchronize with a Google account or enter an email to register manually.
Skoob is the Brazilian version of the pioneer Goodreads – Photo: Reproduction / Skoob
Skoob (“books” on the contrary) is the first Brazilian social network aimed at book readers.
The idea is for people who have read the same books to find themselves online to exchange experiences, criticisms or recommendations for further reading.
Through the simple interface, the user can make his list of literary preferences, create a reading order, publish reviews and interact with those who are reading the same book.
Skoob also allows the creation of groups that function as discussion forums.
A type of modern book club that can be used in the web version or apps for Android and iPhone.
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