Websites similar to or like Parler

American alt-tech microblogging and social networking service. Wikipedia

  • Gab (social network)

    American alt-tech social networking service known for its far-right userbase. Widely described as a haven for extremists including neo-Nazis, white supremacists, white nationalists, the alt-right, and QAnon conspiracy theorists, it has attracted users and groups who have been banned from other social media and users seeking alternatives to mainstream social media platforms. Wikipedia

  • Alt-tech social network that claims to promote free speech. The site describes itself as "100% uncensored social media". Wikipedia

  • Twitter

    American microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as "tweets". Registered users can post, like and retweet tweets, but unregistered users can only read them. Wikipedia

  • MeWe

    American alt-tech social media and social networking service owned by Sgrouples, a company based in Culver City, California. MeWe's light approach to content moderation has made it popular among American conservatives, conspiracy theorists, and anti-vaxxers. Wikipedia

  • Minds

    Alt-tech blockchain-based social network. Users can earn money or cryptocurrency for using Minds, and tokens can be used to boost their posts or crowdfund other users. Wikipedia

  • Group of websites, social media platforms, and Internet service providers which have become popular among the alt-right, far-right, and others who espouse extreme or fringe opinions, due to the conception that the alternative hosts provide less stringent content moderation than mainstream internet service providers. Some alt-tech services have less stringent content moderation policies which have attracted users who were banned or restricted from more mainstream services, while some alt-tech services have been created specifically to cater to extremist users. Wikipedia

  • Twitter may suspend accounts, temporarily or permanently, from their social networking service. Suspensions of high-profile individuals from Twitter are unusual and often attract media attention when they occur. Wikipedia

  • Facebook

    American online social media and social networking service based in Menlo Park, California, and a flagship service of the namesake company Facebook, Inc. It was founded by Mark Zuckerberg, along with fellow Harvard College students and roommates Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz, and Chris Hughes. The founders of Facebook initially limited membership to Harvard students. Wikipedia

  • Alex Jones

    American far-right radio show host and conspiracy theorist. New York magazine has described Jones as "America's leading conspiracy theorist", and the Southern Poverty Law Center describes him as "the most prolific conspiracy theorist in contemporary America". Wikipedia

  • Voat

    American alt-tech news aggregator and social networking service where registered community members could submit content such as text posts and direct links. Registered users could then vote on these submissions. Wikipedia

  • Myspace

    American social networking service. The largest social networking site in the world. Wikipedia

  • WT Social

    Microblogging and social networking service on which users contribute to "subwikis". Founded in October 2019 by Wikipedia cofounder Jimmy Wales as an alternative to Facebook and Twitter. Wikipedia

  • DLive

    American video live streaming service which was founded in 2017. Purchased by the BitTorrent company in 2019. Wikipedia

  • Tumblr

    American microblogging and social networking website founded by David Karp in 2007 and currently owned by Automattic. The service allows users to post multimedia and other content to a short-form blog. Wikipedia

  • Koo App

    Indian microblogging and social networking service based in Bangalore, India in which users post and interact with messages known as "koos". Developed by Aprameya Radhakrishna and Mayank Bidawatka in March 2020. Wikipedia

  • InfoWars

    American far-right conspiracy theory and fake news website owned by Alex Jones. Founded in 1999, and operates under Free Speech Systems LLC. Wikipedia

  • Vine (service)

    American social networking short-form video hosting service where users could share six or seven second-long, looping video clips. Founded in June 2012; American microblogging website Twitter acquired it in October 2012, well before its official release on January 24, 2013. Wikipedia

  • LinkedIn

    American business and employment-oriented online service that operates via websites and mobile apps. Mainly used for professional networking, and allows job seekers to post their CVs and employers to post jobs. Wikipedia

  • The tables below compare general and technical information for some notable active microblogging services, and also social network services that have status updates. An overview of integral features. Wikipedia

  • Me2day

    Microblogging and social networking service in South Korea acquired and owned by NHN Corporation . Popular in South Korea with earlier establishments in android market, especially among adolescents and youth of twenties. Wikipedia

  • DDoS-Guard

    Russian Internet infrastructure company which provides DDoS protection, content delivery network services, and web hosting services. Researchers and journalists have alleged that many of DDoS-Guard's clients are engaged in criminal activity, and investigative reporter Brian Krebs reported in January 2021 that a "vast number" of the websites hosted by DDoS-Guard are "phishing sites and domains tied to cybercrime services or forums online". Wikipedia

  • Google Buzz

    Social networking, microblogging and messaging tool that was developed by Google which replaced Google Wave and integrated into their web-based email program, Gmail. Users could share links, photos, videos, status messages and comments organized in "conversations" and visible in the user's inbox. Wikipedia

  • Fediverse

    Ensemble of federated (i.e. interconnected) servers that are used for web publishing (i.e. social networking, microblogging, blogging, or websites) and file hosting, but which, while independently hosted, can communicate with each other. On different servers (instances), users can create so-called identities. Wikipedia

  • History of Facebook

    Social networking service launched as TheFacebook on February 4, 2004. Founded by Mark Zuckerberg with his college roommates and fellow Harvard University students Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz and Chris Hughes. Wikipedia

  • MocoSpace

    Mobile social network. The features of the site are similar to other social networking sites. Wikipedia

  • FriendFeed

    Real-time feed aggregator that consolidated updates from social media and social networking websites, social bookmarking websites, blogs and microblogging updates, as well as any type of RSS/Atom feed. Created in 2007 by Bret Taylor, Jim Norris, Paul Buchheit and Sanjeev Singh. Wikipedia

  • ZunZuneo

    Online United States state owned company social networking and microblogging service marketed to Cuban users. Created in 2010 by the United States Agency for International Development . Wikipedia


    Ad-free online social networking service and microblogging service which enabled its users to write messages of up to 256 characters. Used by some users. Wikipedia

  • Social media

    Interactive digitally-mediated technologies that facilitate the creation or sharing/exchange of information, ideas, career interests, and other forms of expression via virtual communities and networks. While challenges to the definition of social media arise due to the broad variety of stand-alone and built-in social-media services currently available, there are some common features: Wikipedia


    Austrian social networking and microblogging site. allowed the user to publish (editable in HTML) text, images, videos, links, quotes and reviews. Wikipedia


Sentences forParler

  • In response, he joined social media app Parler, known as a more free speech-oriented social media platform, where he continued to post conspiracy theories.Wiley (musician)-Wikipedia
  • Hopkins was permanently suspended from Twitter in June 2020 for what the company described as "violations of our hateful conduct policy", she joined Parler afterwards.Katie Hopkins-Wikipedia
  • Shortly after, Joe Biggs, one of the Proud Boys organizers, shared through his Parler social media account a logo with the president's words "Stand back" and "Stand by".Proud Boys-Wikipedia
  • On largely-conservative social media app Parler, messages posted by members contained chiefly hateful comments such as "fags, can't stand gay people...should be illegal."Proud Boys-Wikipedia
  • Separately, new social media companies such as Parler were created to cater specifically to conservative and right-leaning voices that felt that Twitter and other social media companies were suppressing their voice.Twitter-Wikipedia
  • Maloney, who chairs the House Oversight and Reform Committee, called on FBI Director Christopher A. Wray to open a probe into social media platform Parler.Carolyn Maloney-Wikipedia

This will create an email alert.  Stay up to date on result for: Parler