Social media and messaging that respects you and your privacy
Communick takes the best open communications and social networking systems and hosts them for you. With our generous group packages, privacy-aware people now have an alternative for themselves and their friends.
What do we provide?
The next-generation communication protocol. Modern clients for audio, video and group calling
The fastest growing social network/microblogging platform
The battle-tested messaging protocol. Endless clients for you to talk with your friends on your phone or desktop
Share your photos (coming soon)
For whenever you need to integrate with legacy phone networks, SIP is the best VoIP solution (coming soon)
Focus on your conversation
Talk with your friends and family without being distracted by any kind of advertisements, pop-ups or annoying banners.
No tracking. No data collection.
Our business model is simple: we host a service and some of our customers pay for it. No need to track you, sell your information, look into your messages...
Simple Account Management
One account, many possibilities
Your username is unique across all of the services, no need to fight for your special handle everywhere.
Keep the conversation to yourself
We only adopt messaging protocols that provide end-to-end encryption, so you can be sure your conversations are protected and no one can snoop on them.
No Walled Garden
Federation is Awesome
Most companies only let you talk with other inside their own network. We based our services on federated technologies, which means that you can talk with anyone you want, no matter where they are.
Bring your social circle with you
There is no fun in hanging out by yourself. That is why we provide service packages with multiple accounts so that you can invite your friends over.
Pay with Cryptocurrency
Privacy even for your pocket
We accept ETH, BAT, DAI. BTC coming soon.
Documentation and Support
Easier onboarding for the stubborn ones
Our extensive documentation is focused on helping those privacy-conscious users to bring their less savvy friends to the good side, without making them feel like they are working as tech-support.