iWorld
iWorld
1.2

3.8

iWorld free download for Mac

iWorld

1.2
30 June 2014

Social network built for Apple users.

Overview

iWorld is a social network built for Apple users.

You can only register from a Mac, iPad, or iPhone. This way you are sure that all members are real Apple users. Also, the community is monitored in real time to fight spammers. You can join groups of people sharing the same interests, create your own group related to Apple platforms, and have related discussions.

What's new in iWorld

Version 1.2:
  • Improved performance

6 iWorld Reviews

Rate this app:

lemonb3519
07 March 2014

Most helpful

A social network by default is an inclusive enviornment so what is the benefit to have a Mac only platform ? I like people that have PC's and to exclude them because of their choice of OS or device is just mean spirited, petty and hopefully this will turn out to be a failure based on the fact that it is operating on a segregated mentality. I have been using Apples products since day 1 and to see this is just BS. I don't believe the powers to be at Apple would appreciate an app that creates a segregated environment under the vise that people that use thier products are better than people that buy compeditive products to communicate on the net. MacUpdate should pull this app. because it is actually antisocial and offensive. We have enough divisions in this country that we don't have to take it to this level and create more.
Like (4)
Version 1.1
Xplicit
11 June 2014
I love projects where no one can find out easily if at all who's behind it, like iWorld and its owner MacProcess. Very (!) trustworthy.
Like (4)
Version 1.1.1
Xplicit
11 June 2014
I love projects where no one can find out easily if at all who's behind it, like iWorld and its owner MacProcess. Very (!) trustworthy.
Like (1)
Version 1.1.1
lemonb3519
07 March 2014
A social network by default is an inclusive enviornment so what is the benefit to have a Mac only platform ? I like people that have PC's and to exclude them because of their choice of OS or device is just mean spirited, petty and hopefully this will turn out to be a failure based on the fact that it is operating on a segregated mentality. I have been using Apples products since day 1 and to see this is just BS. I don't believe the powers to be at Apple would appreciate an app that creates a segregated environment under the vise that people that use thier products are better than people that buy compeditive products to communicate on the net. MacUpdate should pull this app. because it is actually antisocial and offensive. We have enough divisions in this country that we don't have to take it to this level and create more.
Like (4)
Version 1.1
5 answer(s)
Bdfu
Bdfu
07 March 2014
There are plenty of reasons to have a Mac only community, just like there are PC only forums and ukulele clubs; places where people can exchange ideas and find help with specific things that only apply to other people doing the same thing. This is, in fact, a forum to distribute and review software, specifically Macintosh software, and not a forum to express personal opinions about social interaction.
Like (7)
JamesHarrisPhoto
JamesHarrisPhoto
07 March 2014
Then MacUpdate should pull themselves, correct? Since they only deal with Mac software and are completely ignoring PC software! To lemonb3519, is your comment serious? I had to check my calendar to make sure it wasn't April Fools' Day.
Like (6)
Cattus-Thraex
Cattus-Thraex
08 March 2014
Definitely, there is nothing offensive in chatting with Apple users only, if we want to. It may be sometimes unpractical, but this is the user’s choice. My family, made up of 5 members, are mac users only, so? We are not maniacs, we just consider they are a little bit better for our needs. So...
Like (2)
blobber
blobber
11 June 2014
Sorry, but you are missing the most important thing (for the developer): a perfect audience for highly targeted ads. Smart move IMO. Could be worth a lot of money or not, we'll see how compelling will be in the future to use this social network.
Like (2)
PieterOpie
PieterOpie
11 June 2014
Calm down. It's just a computer group.
Like (2)
JamesHarrisPhoto
27 February 2014
Every time I try to log in now, I get the following message: " Sorry, that key does not appear to be valid." Then I try to change the password, and I still get the same message.
Like
Version 1.0
JamesHarrisPhoto
18 February 2014
Still in it's infancy, but shows tremendous potential as an Apple-centric place to meet to share ideas or post questions, support needs, etc. I've already started a font design group there.
Like
Version 1.0
Miner
18 February 2014
This really need more elaboration. The website of iWorld does not give much info either, none actually. Looks like a premature release to MacUpdate to me...
Like (1)
Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
JamesHarrisPhoto
JamesHarrisPhoto
18 February 2014
To me it's more like a general Apple-related forum, something along the lines of America Online or eWorld in its infancy. I just needs time to grow. I saw the potential and joined (it's free). It has to start somewhere.
Like (2)
Free

3.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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