Cubicl: Social Network for Groups



Cubicl

If you think that there’s already too much or too many social networks in existence, think again. There’s another social network in town, which was created especially for “groups”. This new social network is called Cubicl.

Each one of us have and interact with different groups of people each day – our family, friends, coworkers, classmates, etc. With Cubicl, you can have organized and real-time conversations with your groups. You can also create private cubes for each of your groups – a cube for your family, one for your classmates and another for your coworkers. You can create as many cubes as you want, depending on your preference. Aside from having private cubes, you can also choose to join public cubes created by other people as a place to share and talk about certain interests or hobbies – movies, music, sports, cars, etc.

Conversations stream 24/7 so you receive them in real-time, all day and night on your computer or your mobile device. Users can also share almost anything on their cubes – pictures, music, documents and more.

Features:

    Create cubes – the easiest way to chat in groups
  • Invite people – via cubicl, email, and facebook connect
  • Discover Cubes – browse groups related to your interests
  • Share files – share and store any type of file

Screenshots:
Cubicl Welcome Page
Cubicl

Cubicl Private Cube
Cubicl

Cubicl Members Management
Cubicl

As of now, I don’t have any use for something like Cubicl, but for the sake of checking it out and for this review, I’ve created an account so I can see for myself how this new and “unique”, social network works. I’ve created a public cube for WordPress users, advocates and fans here – http://www.cubicl.com/g/wordpress. If you decide to join or try Cubicl, you can join the WordPress public cube if you want.

Like I said, I don’t have any use for this yet but from what I’ve seen and tried, Cubicl is a good place for collaborating with your groups – your family, friends, classmates, coworkers just to name a few. Creating a private or public cube is very easy and so is inviting other people to join your cubes – you can invite other Cubicl users, send email invitations or even invite your Facebook friends. If you’re someone who does a lot of collaborative work and is looking for a way/place to do it in an organized way, you might want to give it a try.

I’ve browsed around for public cubes and there are already a lot of cubes that have been created by Cubicl users. The Education category has a lot of cubes in it, where users have created cubes for their school/alma matter, specific classes, clubs and other organizations.

Anyone else on Cubicl? If you are, what are you using it for? Personal stuff? Work? Interests and Hobbies? Please share your thoughts by leaving a comment below.

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