News-based social network that claims to defend the user's freedom of expression
People have been criticizing for a long time how the most popular social networks, mainly Facebook and Twitter, manage the opinions expressed by their users. However, it should be noted that these critical voices come mostly from conservatives -right-wingers- who claim to represent people and their interests with moralistic speeches protected by freedom of expression in order to justify outbursts that attack the fundamental freedoms of human beings.
Share your opinions on this social network
So, to fight this so-called lack of freedom of speech, some people have launched alternative social networks such as Parler, where people can speak freely. Mostly used in the United States, it offers the possibility of posting content either through our own text, multimedia posts, or by sharing content from other profiles. In other words, like Facebook or Twitter.
These are the main features it offers:
- Find out news and information of all kinds: sports, political news, shows, and more.
- Post photos or GIF animations.
- Share, vote, or comment on posts, called Parlays.
- Follow other users and be followed by them.
- Interact with any user.
- Customize your profile
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: Android 5.0.
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