Do you wonder what those around you are really thinking? Stop brooding, with the Jodel app you get a unique insight into the minds of those within a mile radius. The setup is reminiscent of Twitter, where you can send a short message or a picture to a feed. The post is visible to everyone within a mile radius. The difference between Twitter and Yodel is that everyone is anonymous. You can choose to reply to posts or vote them up or down, depending on what you think of them.
We heart it
Tired of Pinterest? The site We heart it is based on basically the same concept: Save inspiring things in your own folders, which other users can in turn follow. The difference is that We heart it puts more emphasis on the photograph and less on text. And yes, there’s an app too.
Quora is a must for the curious! The setup is simple: Ask a question and get an answer from experts on the subject. The topic can be anything from your favorite series to Silicon Valley. You can also spread your own knowledge to others.
Shots is the app for you who just want to share the fun in life. The app acts as a forum for all kinds of humorous content online. Users post funny posts from various social media, which you can take part in. You then get to tell us what you thought of the post using four different emojis.
Like Shots, Banjo serves as a forum for content from other social media. The app specializes in various events that take place around the world. You can easily click through different categories, such as music or sports, and find popular events. If you click on the events, all relevant posts from all corners of the internet will appear. Of course, you can also contribute with events and posts yourself.