Why I use each app for:
Facebook - Contact book for family
LinkedIn - Professional connections and info
Twitter - Broadcast random snippets
Mastodon - Discover new things and join random interesting convos
Instagram - To make my pictures beautiful for FB and to cater to people who just want see pictures of how much fun I’m having.

@art10080 I do wanna see the federated/decentralized alternatives gain more spotlight and put pressure on the centralized mainstream options

@btcprox For the everyday guy it will come back to purpose. I like the conversations at Mastodon. Reminds of early days Twitter. Not the ad + data mine one we see today.

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Decentralised Twitter means better control for users and administrators.

Want to join a community that is connected to hundreds of others and about a million users? is part of the Mastodon network. A decentralised network of about a million users.

  • Want to reach different segment of about a million users?
  • Getting drowned out by cat videos?
  • Tired of having your posts restricted to get you to buy sponsored posts?
  • Belong to a niche group discussing subject matters like cryptocurrency but Twitter/Facebook seems to be filtering you out?
  • Simply want to have control over your social media followers and profile, and want to be able to move between instances if you didn't like the rules of this instance.

Beginner's guide on Medium

Don't like the rules of this instance and want to create your own instance? Contact the instance admin and I'll help you create your own instance away from here yet still connected for content if you choose to.

Mobile Apps

We don't have our own mobile app yet but being part of a decentralized network also means you can use anyone's app. Here's what we recommend.

Amaroq - IOS

Download on Apple App Store

Tusky - Android

Get it on Google Play

If you don't want our recommendation and just want to do you own thang