Syncronizer is the ultimate discussion tool. It is very simple and easy to use. Visitors can create an account and post a topic they would like to discuss. User can begin discussions intended for a group or pose an open question for anyone to answer. Topics can be very vague, or much more in depth. It is entirely up to the user. Additional features such as discussion tracking and tag lines for groups enhance the user’s experience as they start, join and participate in Syncronizer discussions.
Syncronizer was founded in August of 2010. The site was intended to be a chat aggregator, that allowed users to start discussions about any topic under the sun. The goal was to give users a platform to hold honest conversations. Features like the ability to post responses anonymously, encourage users to speak their mind without inhibitions. Syncronizer still allows people to say what they really think to the world today, just like it did when it was first introduced to the internet.
Many sites offer users a chat or forum tool to hold conversations. Comments and other features allow users to converse, but Syncronizer is completely dedicated to this type of activity. Users can have a conversation about any topic, there are no limitations. The site also offers unique features, such as anonymous posting and discussion tracking so users can be honest and stay up to date on the discussion.
The stylish Syncronizer website features a dark color scheme, with a black background and colorful blue headers. Red and green also compliment the site, creating an eye-catching contrast. As soon as a visitor stops by the site, they can easily see that it is intended entirely for conversations. No advertisements or annoying clutter get in the way of the site’s features. Popular conversations are showcased on the homepage along with a discussion starting tool to help users get involved and begin participating right away.
Syncronizer registration is fast and easy. Users can click the blue “Not a member? Register in 5 seconds!” link at the top right hand corner of the homepage just above the login fields. The user is asked for very basic information, including an email address, username, and password. After entering the details, the user can click the green and black “Register” button prominently displayed at the bottom of the form. The user is immediately logged in and directed to their profile page, which includes recent activity and the “What do you want to talk about today?” tool.
Syncronizer is currently in the beta stage. For now, users can register for an account for free. They are given access to all site features and can ask and participate in discussions as much as they like. No word has been given as far as whether this will change when Syncronizer leaves beta. At the moment, it doesn’t seem like the site offers substantial features to justify a premium account fee. That is not to say it isn’t useful, but more would be needed to begin requesting payment from users.
The chatty Kathy types can really fall in love with Syncronizer. The site is entirely dedicated to having a good chat. Users can start and join conversations, even respond anonymously so they feel comfortable being upfront and honest. The site is ideal for users that enjoy entertaining themselves online and love to talk and hold meaningful discussions with others, even strangers.