You are tired of being manipulated and exploited by traditional social networks. You have learned about how these corporate services destroy the privacy of you and your friends in order to profit from selling everything about you. You simply want some freedom and sanity in your online life.
You are not alone.
Every day, more people like you are searching for a better way to socialize and communicate, outside the confines and control of the commercial networks. You may have heard of free and open social networks like Mastodon or Friendica or Hubzilla, but it can be difficult to know which one to choose and how to get started.
Your search is over.
The solution is decentralised social networking, a technology already used every day by countless people across the world to share, discuss, and organize in ways familiar to those still trapped inside corporate services.
Osada is a social networking platform specifically designed to be the glue that binds much of the decentralised web in a way that has not been possible before. It does this not by magic, but by “speaking the language” of the various decentralised networks and acting as a translator to pass information between them. Using Osada, you can seamlessly connect and share with your contacts whether they have an account on a Hubzilla server, a Mastodon server, or any of several popular platforms on the open web.