With the COVID-19 pandemic, spending more time at home has become a reality that many of us were not used to and social networks and video calling platforms have become a way to keep in touch with friends and family even though we are away.
J John Donne, a British poet of the 17th century, said that no man is an island, isolated in itself and why not bring together those he likes best or meet new people in the virtual islands of Chudo?
Unlike most social networks, where we present ourselves to the world with a profile photo that, although it does not necessarily have to be an image of the face is a representation of our identity, at Chudo users take the form of floating heads, in a kind of mix between WhatsApp and Second Life.
What can you do at Chudo? In addition to being able to unleash your creativity and create a creative avatar, you can chat with other members through audio messages that turn into personalized animations.
The application is gaining popularity among American Internet users and, according to company data, in April, there were already 800,000 active users, many of them belonging to Generation Z, but also several Millennials.
Chudo is free and it seems that a premium version pays to be in the pipeline. To start exploring the virtual islands you only need to install the app, available on the Play Store and the App Store, and register as a member.