UsualWords is an online community where people can share the life with others from all over the world. People can share their life on UsualWords through dreams, goals, memories, randoms, events, ideas, quotes or thoughts. Users of the app can filter the experiences posted on the UsualWords "wall" by slimming down the types of experiences, the types of users or how they were shared as. Additionally, experiences can be filtered by keywords or by life experience dates. Users can then indicate whether an experience by someone else is a favorite of theirs, if they have an opinion about the experience or if it is abusive. Users of UsualWords can also maintain their own profile, their friends and they have a place where they can manage their activity through a notifications tab.
UsualWords is presently in its beta. It was founded by Atif Dastgir who also founded MindCusp in 2008. As of May 2012, he is the only member of MindCusp and UsualWords.
UsualWords is similar to Facebook except that its posts are experience driven. Additionally, experiences can be categorized by type and they can be shared with anyone. UsualWords has a much tighter community than Facebook as well.
The app has a design that is pretty typical among social networks. Its color motif is a simple black and white background. Profiles are not so much defined by photos or the typical life history, but rather as a tally of the number of events, goals, ideas, memories or other "experiences" that the UsualWords user has documented through the app.
UsualWords is a free application to use, and they are supported by advertising revenue.
UsualWords is a unique social network. For those who are interested in sharing their experiences with a group of people, perhaps larger than their normal circle of friends, UsualWords may offer what those users are looking for.