by Matúš Tomlein

A gaming network for you and your friends

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Matúš Tomlein

Release: Synkron 1.6.2

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Last revision: Last week

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There's a lot of social networks based around the experience of playing games on the internet. Networks like Voobly, which are growing but still on the smaller side, are great for gamers who want to get some sort of social recognition or reputation in a community, on top of having a great time playing the game. In this kind of community, instead of being just one of the masses, there is more opportunity to become known because there's less competition - a big fish in a small pond. Also, people who stay with something from the beginning tend to feel a kind of bond, in my experience.

Voobly has many games from well-known franchises like Age of Empires, Star Wars, and FIFA along with more obscure games, so there is probably an option for everyone. Over 50 games are offered. These are definitely social (multiplayer) games that encourage you to play continuously, as opposed to straight through and finish forever, so that adds to the community element. Also, there are thousands of topics and discussions in the forums, which are another space for community interaction. Besides discussions of specific games, you can also see discussions about graphics, software development, and support. The forums also have a section for tournaments, strategy guides, and six sub-forums in foreign languages for international users - Brazilian, Spanish, Turkish, German, Indian, and Vietnamese. With users who truly come from around the globe, living in their different timezones, Voobly doesn't shut down even though it doesn't have a ton of users like some other gaming networks. 


Voobly isn't super popular yet so you can be a big fish in a small pond
  • A forum to connect with other gamers
  • A team page
  • Counters showing how many players are playing a specific game and how many players are online
  • Newsfeed and ability to friend other users

A fun gaming network that has a real social element.

Runs on Windows, desktop client

Synkron 1.5.0 (5.11 MB)
Synkron 1.6.2 (5.32 MB)
Voobly is a perfect platform to connect with the gaming community to discuss gameplays, mission and offer challenges. A perfect opportunity to the next step on your way to be a pro-gamer. Perfect for interaction. The best thing is you get noticed since the community is still small. Get the recognition you deserve in your gaming life with Voobly.
Synkron is an interesting concept for gamers both old and new. It has quite a lot of potential simply due to how much the program offers on it's platform. Unfortunately, it will have to compete with similar platforms like Steam and Discord for attention. If it did something unique that these other companies didn't already do I believe more people would be attracted to the product.
Aspiring social network for gamers! The new environment gives bloggers the ability to become established as the platform grows, giving them a certain prestige for when the platform is more well known! How exciting! Even a built in international tournament to get competitive within the community!
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This software allows people to sync folders between their computer and their hard drive. It would be good for people transferring photos, videos, and music from their computer to their flash drive.
this software is developed using C++ language which was a very interesting factor. And it shows it's effectiveness. the synchronization of two or more folders, supporting sync across computers is a very needed feature and best feature
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