Social networking is today’s hottest trend and mobile social networking is no exception. Mobile social networks are growing at a staggering rate to become more and more popular as people need to stay connected even when they are moving. According to “Social Media Around The World” study, 1/3rd of the western world possesses Smartphones, and the majority of them are constantly connected through the mobile internet too.

An InSites Consulting study revealed that 56% of connected Smartphone users log on to social networks daily and that 49% of Europeans follow a brand on social media. So, it’s worth discussing mobile social networks and their features. Here is the list of top 10 mobile social networking sites that you can access comfortably from your cellular device and if you are already connected know your website more:

  1. Facebook : - Facebook is the world’s largest social network, with more than 900 million users as of May 2012. According to comScore, Americans prefer using Facebook’s mobile version and apps more than the regular website. The time spent by an average user on mobile version and the apps was 441 minutes per month while the time spent on the regular website was 391 minutes per month. As of March 80% Facebook users from iOS, Android and the BlackBerry OS came from apps and rest 20% used mobile browser to access the website. Facebook users can do everything from their mobile that they could do with the regular website i.e. create personal profiles, share photographs, videos and text updates etc. about 78 million Americans aged 18 and above use the mobile version of Facebook and spend 7.3 hours per month using it.
  2. Twitter: – Twitter is a text-based micro-blogging service. It allows you to send and receive short messages for free with other users on either personal computer or on mobile phone. About 55% of Twitter users access the website via their cellular device.
  3. LinkedIn: – The social network created by Reid Hoffman in 2002 is basically a professional networking site. LinkedIn allow its members to create business opportunities, search for jobs, and find potential clients. About 22% of unique visitors access the website through their cell phones.
  4. eBuddy: - eBuddy owns a browser-based web and mobile messenger service supporting AIM, MSN / Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo, Facebook Chat, GTalk, MySpace, Hyves and ICQ instant messaging services. eBuddy is one of the largest Instant Messaging services in the world, with more than 30 million users worldwide. eBuddy for iPhone and iPod Touch is one of the most popular IM apps in the world, with more than 5 million downloads.
  5. Mocospace:- MocoSpace is North America’s largest mobile gaming community with 25 million registered users and over 3 billion monthly page views. It is also one of the largest mobile websites of any type in the U.S. as reported by Hitwise and Opera. It allows mobile chat, instant messaging, photo and video sharing, and forums.
  6. Migg33:- It is a mobile social network that brings a powerful mix of social networking, IM and VoIP features to mobile phones. Any cellular device that can run Java and connect to the Internet can access Mig33. The social network is more popular in South East Asia allowing its users to perform all the basic social networking actions, including creating profiles, sending photos, searching friends and messaging.
  7. Itsmy: - Itsmy is a pure mobile social networking service that combines mobile communication and personal content sharing. Itsmy is basically a mobile social gaming network which combines open mobile games and mobile communication between gamers. More than 2½ million cell phone users worldwide, use the site’s Versions available in English, German, Italian and Spanish. In addition to mobile social gaming and communication with other gamers, the social network also offers its users profile pictures, mobile social games TV channel and location-based social gaming services and over 100 social mobile games. It also allows its members to create a personal homepage called “my playground” including a profile.
  8. Loopnote: - The social network allows its members to create alerts on any kind of topic. It offers local content that can help you find nearby friends, discover new places to grab food, and find local events happening now. Loopnote’s users create a “loop” of their interest and can send free texts to all subscribers of that loop. Loops can be browsed quickly ad easily on your mobile by tags.
  9. Juicecaster: – This mobile phone social network is specifically designed for use on a mobile phone. It allows users to share videos, images, messages and comments with friends and groups between mobile devices and other social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, personal websites and blogs. The social network’s latest version JuiceCaster 6.0 allows individuals accumulate JuiceCaster members and non-members into specific groups, such as family or coworkers, by importing contacts from Gmail, Hotmail, AOL and Microsoft Office Outlook. JuiceCaster is now live with AT&T, T-Mobile, Alltel, U.S. Cellular, and Cricket.
  10. Wadja: - Wadja is an exceptional social media and messaging service that allow users to organize and manage their online social presence for better communication and interaction with friends, family, and contacts.

Social networking is today’s hottest trend and mobile social networking is no exception. Mobile social networks are growing at a staggering rate to become more and more popular as people need to stay connected even when they are moving. According to “Social Media Around The World” study, 1/3rd of the western world possesses Smartphones, and the majority of them are constantly connected through the mobile internet too.

An InSites Consulting study revealed that 56% of connected Smartphone users log on to social networks daily and that 49% of Europeans follow a brand on social media. So, it’s worth discussing mobile social networks and their features. Here is the list of top 10 mobile social networking sites that you can access comfortably from your cellular device and if you are already connected know your website more:

Facebook : – Facebook is the world’s largest social network, with more than 900 million users as of May 2012. According to comScore, Americans prefer using Facebook’s mobile version and apps more than the regular website. The time spent by an average user on mobile version and the apps was 441 minutes per month while the time spent on the regular website was 391 minutes per month. As of March 80% Facebook users from iOS, Android and the BlackBerry OS came from apps and rest 20% used mobile browser to access the website. Facebook users can do everything from their mobile that they could do with the regular website i.e. create personal profiles, share photographs, videos and text updates etc. about 78 million Americans aged 18 and above use the mobile version of Facebook and spend 7.3 hours per month using it.
Twitter: – Twitter is a text-based micro-blogging service. It allows you to send and receive short messages for free with other users on either personal computer or on mobile phone. About 55% of Twitter users access the website via their cellular device.
LinkedIn: – The social network created by Reid Hoffman in 2002 is basically a professional networking site. LinkedIn allow its members to create business opportunities, search for jobs, and find potential clients. About 22% of unique visitors access the website through their cell phones.
eBuddy: – eBuddy owns a browser-based web and mobile messenger service supporting AIM, MSN / Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo, Facebook Chat, GTalk, MySpace, Hyves and ICQ instant messaging services. eBuddy is one of the largest Instant Messaging services in the world, with more than 30 million users worldwide. eBuddy for iPhone and iPod Touch is one of the most popular IM apps in the world, with more than 5 million downloads.
Mocospace:- MocoSpace is North America’s largest mobile gaming community with 25 million registered users and over 3 billion monthly page views. It is also one of the largest mobile websites of any type in the U.S. as reported by Hitwise and Opera. It allows mobile chat, instant messaging, photo and video sharing, and forums.
Migg33:- It is a mobile social network that brings a powerful mix of social networking, IM and VoIP features to mobile phones. Any cellular device that can run Java and connect to the Internet can access Mig33. The social network is more popular in South East Asia allowing its users to perform all the basic social networking actions, including creating profiles, sending photos, searching friends and messaging.
Itsmy: – Itsmy is a pure mobile social networking service that combines mobile communication and personal content sharing. Itsmy is basically a mobile social gaming network which combines open mobile games and mobile communication between gamers. More than 2½ million cell phone users worldwide, use the site’s Versions available in English, German, Italian and Spanish. In addition to mobile social gaming and communication with other gamers, the social network also offers its users profile pictures, mobile social games TV channel and location-based social gaming services and over 100 social mobile games. It also allows its members to create a personal homepage called “my playground” including a profile.
Loopnote: – The social network allows its members to create alerts on any kind of topic. It offers local content that can help you find nearby friends, discover new places to grab food, and find local events happening now. Loopnote’s users create a “loop” of their interest and can send free texts to all subscribers of that loop. Loops can be browsed quickly ad easily on your mobile by tags.
Juicecaster: – This mobile phone social network is specifically designed for use on a mobile phone. It allows users to share videos, images, messages and comments with friends and groups between mobile devices and other social networking sites like Twitter, Facebook, Myspace, personal websites and blogs. The social network’s latest version JuiceCaster 6.0 allows individuals accumulate JuiceCaster members and non-members into specific groups, such as family or coworkers, by importing contacts from Gmail, Hotmail, AOL and Microsoft Office Outlook. JuiceCaster is now live with AT&T, T-Mobile, Alltel, U.S. Cellular, and Cricket.
Wadja: – Wadja is an exceptional social media and messaging service that allow users to organize and manage their online social presence for better communication and interaction with friends, family, and contacts.

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