Vingle, where people love what you love.
Have you ever had a time when you start reading an article or talking to some friends about something and when you finally look up, hours have flown by? Do you have one hobby, book, or TV show that brightens your day? Then Vingle is the place for you.
Think back to a time when you had a joke or a thought that was so funny that you had to share it with someone. You go to your close friends, but they never watched that Anime or aren't into that book series. They don't get it. It's a bummer to not be able to fully geek out on something you love.
In instances like this, we often censor ourselves on social media in order to maintain a certain image or just to not annoy our family and friends that don't have the same hobbies. On Vingle, though, there is no need to limit how many times you post about your stamp collection, or favorite boy band. Your posts will go directly to a community of people who get you, who want to talk about that as much as you do!
We believe that being ourselves and sharing what we truly love is the best way to relieve stress and simply be happier. That uplifting feeling from finding someone who understands you, is priceless and invaluable to a joyful life. It is our passion at Vingle to create that space for people to feel that sense of belonging.
Whether you're looking for tips for your upcoming Japan trip from fellow Studio Ghibli fans, book suggestions from murder mystery addicts, or you just want to chat, share, and learn about your hobby or passion, Vingle is the community for you.
Join communities based on your Interests, follow people who love what you love, and share anything from a simple question to a long post with videos and photos. You can even create your own communities if you want to get more specific about your interest! Communities can be anything from general 'Movies' to something as specific as 'Quentin Tarantino's Left Eyebrow' if you're really that interested in it ;) You're in control!
So stop hiding your passions and enjoying your hobbies alone. Geek out on Vingle, where people love what you love. The only question remaining is:
"What are you into?"
- Changed profile cover image sizes
- Other minor bug fixes and improved usability.
Ratings and Reviews
The Big Update
I used to love Vingle and post all the time. However ever since the huge update and everything changed I hardly get on anymore. I feel like it’s become less convenient. I do like how we can make up our own interests, that solved the problem of having to constantly create more communities. But I do in fact miss the communities. They brought people closer together, made people feel more welcome, and made people post more often. Without the moderators irrelevant content pops up because no one is moderating the interests. I cannot contact my friends from the Vingle who don’t have another messaging apps because the messaging part is gone now. I understand it was filled with issues before and wasn’t well kept but at least I could contact my friends. I have fallen out with a couple now that we can’t contact one another. The app crashes a lot more often now too. I don’t like how my clipped cards don’t show up on my homepage. I wish you could choose between the one bar layout (the new one where you can only see one card as you scroll) and the old layout (where you could see multiple.) I do like how you can name off your main interests and have them below your name. I also like how you can have a background photo and a profile photo. I just wish Mods were back, the messaging part, clipped cards showing up on your page, and the ability to choose between layouts!
EDIT: there's a really REALLY annoying bug please fix it immediately it seriously distracts from the app. Everytime someone likes a post of mine it automatically opens without me checking my notifications so if I'm just typing a message or something it interrupts me a lot especially if its a popular post.
Its a very fun and friendly app but there are some improvements that need to be made. I think adding more video support would be great (eg. Vines) and would help expand the variety of posts. There seems to also be a lack of support for emojis in the comments and I think that if people could add their own images to their comments on your post it would also improve it. The last suggestion would be to let users make more communities themselves (which mods would approve to prevent doubles etc) i think being able to specify your interests even further would help many users. Oh one more, a friendlier user interface for the dashboard would help too I dont think the one right now is very great.
You will become a journalist, about your obsessions
(in my eyes) Vingle is a state where every community resembles boroughs or cities and every card (article) is a person who you bumped into and started a conversation with or said "nice" aka Heart. It feels as though it held small communities but no, it holds many things that people can converse about such as music, books, celebrities, eduction, spirituality, etc. I gave 4 starts because it does crash at times, but my eagerness to "express myself" makes me not mind much. It has its bugs but compared to what it holds in the app, thats okay. Of course, you should try it out if interested. If you don't like it, you can always delete it with a click. So it doesn't hurt to give it a shot. ✌️
You will definitely feel like a journalist once you join because once you find a community you like, you will want to make so many articles. The members are also great and I have yet to find a conflict or argument. Thanks Vingle!!
- Ji Won Moon
- 93.6 MB
- Social Networking
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Korean
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
- Unrestricted Web Access
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © 2018 Vingle Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.