Substack Notes, a Twitter alternative launched in April 2023, offers a sedate and balanced experience for subscribers with no ads or viral posts.
Post is a social media platform launched in 2022 by former Waze CEO Noam Bardin, described as a place for discovering, sharing, and discussing premium news content without subscriptions or ads.
MeWe is a privacy-focused social network that doesn't show ads or target users with algorithms, and offers features such as disappearing messages and custom emojis.
Clubhouse is a network that allows live speech conversations organized in chat rooms, creating an "always-on dinner party" atmosphere, inspiring Twitter Spaces.
Twitter pioneered microblogging with short, title-less posts while Micro.blog offers similar features along with photo sharing and engagement options, but only available through a monthly subscription starting at $5.
Mastodon, an open-source Twitter alternative, allows control over content and conversations by creating themed instances, even letting you set up your own social network.
Gab, a "free speech-focused" alternative to Twitter known for being "alt-right," was banned from the Apple App Store and removed by Google Play Store for lack of moderation, including violent and hateful content.
GETTR, a social network founded on principles of free speech, offers multiple sign-up options and a "TikTok" feature called Gtoks.
Cohost, an ad-free social network with enhanced access through a subscription, requires full verification before posting but allows for topic and profile exploration during the slow sign-up process.
CounterSocial, a desktop social network, bot detection, identity breach alerts, and fact-checking links, along with other features such as media uploading, and a paid version with added features and a VR metaverse (not available on mobile).
WT.Social, a browser-based social network founded by Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales, offers subwikis on various topics, recommended subwikis on fighting misinformation, with early promise of intelligent discourse.