While the great majority of social networks do not encourage their users to build more than one profile on their platform, and even forbid that sort of behavior, Galaxia offers a completely new concept of social interaction via internet. This application, in fact, allows a single user to open multiple accounts within this platform, and to interact with other users as one of his, or her, personas.

The company behind this genuine concept also designed Mobli, a photo-sharing app and network that is broadly popular.

The CEO of Mobli, Moshe Hogeg, already tried his luck in the world of social media. In 2014, this company developed an application called Yo, a software that informs your contact that you are thinking about them when you tap their name.

You’re probably guessing it – the other phone with this app installed responds with a simple and short

– “Yo.”

Marked as an innovator in this field, Moshe Hogeg and his company are particularly proud of Galaxia and its unique design and concept. This app is already available on Apple and we can soon expect an Android version of it as well.


So what’s Galaxia?

While Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn especially, pretty much force you to censor the content that you are posting, Galaxia encourages you not only to share whatever you want, but it also allows you to remain anonymous.

In this app, you can build a unique persona for every type of content that you share. Whether it is music, sports, art – for each type of content you are able to present yourself in a different light. All with a single login.

Believe it or not, 71% of Facebook users censor their posts, due to the fact that they are building content for one audience in particular. With Galaxia, your hidden preferences or potentially shameful musical taste, can be shared and it can even go viral.

The best part about it is that you won’t be signed as an author of the post – your persona will. So while you would never post a Backstreet Boys song on your twitter, in Galaxia you can share it anonymously, and get love from thousands of others who share the same interest.

Honoring the concept of the Galaxy, instead of groups and pages, user is allowed to access worlds. Worlds are organized by categories and can be open or closed for public. This is definitely one of the features that will separate Galaxia from competition.

Once you enter a particular world, you can share your content, and leave that world without a fear that you’ve insulted someone, or wondering what will someone close to you think about it once your post gets published.

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While both Facebook and Twitter initially struggled with monetization of their platforms, and are mostly gaining profit from ads, Galaxia leverages a completely new concept. In this platform, you can create a world and charge for entrance. Because of this feature, you will be able to monetize your content and simply charge users and visitors to access your exclusive stories, images, videos etc.

Within a “world” you can send direct messages, as in every other social media chat of course; but while the workstation of this platform is based on feed, the company behind this social network insists on not monetizing the website through ads.

At the very end, picking a fight with magnates such as Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Snapchat etc. – is easier said than done. Of course, spreading awareness about this amazing application will require some ingenious marketing campaign, but the concept itself is interesting enough to draw attention to it already. Also, if someone can challenge our most popular social networks, than it’s definitely the company behind Mobli. Believe it or not, Mobli has a million users, and when it came out, in 2014, it presented a serious threat to Instagram.

Posted by Howard Bell

Howard has been writing about technology for quite some time now, especially if you count his diary entries where he laments the pressing programming issues hiding behind the painfully obvious lack of the long blocks in Tetris (also known as the ‘stupid game is cheating’ bug). He has since refined his approach, trying to take a slightly more impartial and a bit more informative voice, but still finds inspiration in the ways that different devices can annoy him to wit’s end.