MeWe is the uplifting next-gen social network with awesome social features and No BS. No Ads, No Targeting, No Newsfeed manipulation.
MeWe has exciting, easy-to-use features for authentic connecting with friends, family, and common interest groups, including: dedicated newsfeeds for close friends versus all contacts; private and open groups; fan and business pages; great chat features for both 1:1 and group chats; disappearing content; fun custom camera with cool tricks and GIF creation; live voice and live video for around the world connections; next-gen voice messaging; personal social cloud; custom member profiles for every group; and more.
MeWe members enjoy total control over what they share along with full ownership of their content and data. The next-gen social networking platform has no facial recognition, and no newsfeed or content manipulation common on other social media platforms. MeWe members see every post, chat, comment, etc., made by individuals, pages and groups they are connected with, in true timeline order.
MeWe members own their data and enjoy the protection of MeWe’s Privacy Bill Of Rights. MeWe is advised by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the Web, and MeWe's CEO, Mark Weinstein, is a world renowned privacy advocate .
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While you don’t get inundated with false and useless information, you also don’t get information. More like a group chat or the original bulletin boards than a network. Navigation is not intuitive and not sufficient. I hope this site is only in its infancy development -wise.
Won’t let me sign in. It just stays on a loading screen.
A good friend invited me... and it will take me some time to figure out how to navigate... given I have friends on FB.I would like to understand the differences... and maybe slowly invite others.Thank you💖
I am experiencing lots of app crashes in the latest version. Can u guys look into it.
I love the concept of a private, ad-free, non-tracking app. The iOS app works very well with one exception. It doesn’t render a usable view in an iPad in landscape mode. When clicking into a specific comment, the display splits into two columns showing the various emojis users have chosen, but not showing any other content. If I rotate the iPad to portrait orientation the display corrects. If I rotate the iPad again to landscape orientation, the display remains correct. It fails only on the first rendering when in landscape orientation. This may sound minor but, because I use my iPad docked to a Bluetooth keyboard, it is always in landscape orientation. This seems like something testing would discover and the developers would fix fairly easily. We’ll see.