Jmami, Online Community For Moroccans Around The World

| May 24, 2008 | comment 2 Comments

jmami logoJmami, is a Moroccan service that uses the phrase “Moroccans of the world” as its tagline, and just that mainly explains what the website’s goal is, to create a central community place for Moroccans from all over the world to connect with old friends, make new ones, as well as write and share content with each other.

The service has all the major social networking features we can expect; enabling users to invite their old friends, search for and make new friends, establish connections with them, message them through an internal messaging system, and create private or public groups around their shared interests, where they can launch different discussions.

Jmami also provides a light integrated blog platform giving its users the possibility to publish their thoughts and news, share and start discussions around them.

Another feature is the event agenda, where users can post and promote events that might be of interest to Moroccans around the world.

jmami screenshot

The service is available in 3 languages: Arabic (Moroccan accent), French and English.

The website is mainly targeted at Moroccan youth inside and outside of Morocco, and the fresh design shows this clearly, even though it’s not limited to just them, and registration and use of the service should be just as easy and simple for older generations.

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  • http://mamod.wordpress.com mahmoud

    Seems good, but I’m a little bit disappointed, because when I clicked on the Moroccan flag for the “Arabic Language” I couldn’t understand any thing so I clicked back, I know it’s in the Moroccan accent and that’s what really disappointed me, because I just learned that Moroccan accent has nothing to do with Arabic :)

    In general the design of the site is beautiful, I couldn’t test the services because it’s for Moroccans only and I respect the wish of the developers, good work :)

  • http://mamod.wordpress.com mahmoud

    Seems good, but I’m a little bit disappointed, because when I clicked on the Moroccan flag for the “Arabic Language” I couldn’t understand any thing so I clicked back, I know it’s in the Moroccan accent and that’s what really disappointed me, because I just learned that Moroccan accent has nothing to do with Arabic :)

    In general the design of the site is beautiful, I couldn’t test the services because it’s for Moroccans only and I respect the wish of the developers, good work :)

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