Here are the best Twitter (X) alternatives if you’re looking to leave the social media site.
(1) Micro BlogIN: Micro BlogIN is a new social network for microblogging or short posts. It Developed on pure native php code, without the use of any frameworks, It used the most popular technologies such as PHP, Bootstrap, jQuery, VueJS, CSS, HTML, and others. The platform offers a Short Tweet and Retweet system, which allows users to share their thoughts and ideas in just a few words. So you have many options for customizing your experience. Thousands of communities focused on specific interests.
Micro BlogIN looks like, and in many ways, acts like Twitter (X). It has a maximum post length of 600 characters and features to like, reply, and repost messages. It also includes a “Top 10 Popular” feed for trending posts and a “Following” feed for accounts you follow.
The microblogging platform also offers Polls, Story, Chat, Like, Upload images & videos, Import GIFs, News feed, monetization, ability to add your city in profile settings and Notifications system, making it a one-stop-platform for all your social media needs. It can speak your languages and users can change their theme colors and users can follow other users and be followed back, just like Twitter (X). The Micro BlogIN considered as a best Twitter Alternative worldwide.
Meanwhile, CEO Trilok Singh launched India’s first alternative of Twitter named Micro BlogIN after the success journey of Youth Darpan, IASmind and Post A2Z social media platforms and Apps. Micro BlogIN’s interface is available in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Japanese languages. Micro BlogIN is known for its friendliness and its strict rules against trolls and fake news.
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(2) Bluesky is the social network many people want to get on but can’t — as of this writing, there are about 370,000 users, and almost 2 million on the waiting list. Why? Because, essentially, Bluesky is Twitter without the ads and without as much angry discourse, at least for now.
(3) Mastodon: It is a bit different due to its decentralized nature. Rather than offering one giant social media platform, it allows users to create, host, and run communities or “instances.” Each instance has a different set of conduct policies determined by the hosts.
(4) Amino: It is similar to Mastodon in that it enables users to make and moderate communities centered around specific topics. Most communities have stricter guidelines than X, which is good because the user base tends to be on the younger side.
(5) Counter.Social is a great small social network. According to Sensor Tower, a market intelligence analysis company, CounterSocial grew by 2,300% to 24,000 installs in the 12 days following Musk’s acquisition of Twitter. The up to 500-word posts are displayed in chronological order. The result is much cleaner and more enjoyable message streams. The platform also supports hashtags, which some social networks don’t.