Patchwork Alternatives

    Patchwork is described as 'It's better than email because:' and is an app in the Social & Communications category. There are more than 50 alternatives to Patchwork for a variety of platforms, including Online / Web-based, Android, iPhone, iPad and Android Tablet. The best alternative is Twitter, which is free. Other great apps like Patchwork are Tumblr (Free), Facebook (Free), Nitter (Free, Open Source) and Okuna (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Sep 13, 2021

    1. What would it be like to make a service that lasts for 10 years? 100 years? That’s what we’re trying to build at Posthaven. We’re as sick as you are to have to switch services every few years, or worry about running your own servers and getting hacked all the time.
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    2. Intact mission is to empower people to create a transparent community that makes the world more authentic and united. Millions of people use Intact everyday to keep up with friends and family to share movements.


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      SocialPage, INC was made by a middle school kid who thought that people should know each other better. He came up with this idea because he was bullied at school a lot, where it came to the point that kids started thinking that he was not alive anymore.

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      Website and network offline.

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      Total Social is a social media site that provides users with the opportunity to browse the web more safely and bully-free. Learn more about Total Social, create an account and visit our support centre.
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    3. We have a lot of functionality which is never exist before. Lets see few of them
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    4. Seahart is a private social media with an anti-spam timeline, automatic diary, photos album, and Emblem for location check-in. Bring back social media to its core value, which is to see updates from our real friends. No news, no politics, no like, no comment.
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      Hello there: Welcome to my new house, and thanks for the warm introduction to the new internet neighborhood! I hope that you and I will be good neighbors! What's that? Oh who or errm what exactly am I?
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    5. Shoutout is a website which allows users, who sign-up for free profiles, to connect with friends, work colleagues or people they don’t know, online.
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      Kouhman is the first Pan-African social networking site. Kouhmans mission is to create a platform where Africans around the globe (the Americas, Caribbean, Europe and the Mother Land) can Connect, Communicate and build Community.
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    6. Sayches is a microblogging social media platform for ephemeral content giving its users the freedom of expression without the fear of repercussion.
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