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Review, News, Live demonstration, Screenshots Gallery and Users Opinion about the ForumCommunity Software are available below.
ForumCommunity has just been reviewed, and this test is available at ForumCommunity Review.
Additionally, we have also installed it on our sandbox environment to let you test and discover this software via the ForumCommunity Live Demonstration.
ForumCommunity.net and ForumFree.it are two websites managed by the same company, one targeting worldwide users, and the second more targeting Italian websites. And it is very successful, as this is the most used forum hosting service in Italy.
ForumCommunity.net and ForumFree.it are two hosting services managed by the same Italian company, one targeting worldwide users, and the second more targeting Italian websites. According to ForumFree.it author, the project was born the 26.06.2002, which is actually before InvisionFree (2003), and was based on the first beta of Invision Power Board (created in 2002), like ZetaBoards for example. In case you don't know, InvisionFree is the ancestor of IP.Board.
The integration is mostly assured by two developers: the main author and another very skillful programmer. This service is very popular in Italy, and their networks are in Top 10 of most visited sites, even if they do not have the same success in the rest of the world (80% Italian users).
For the purpose of our test, we reviewed the ForumCommunity.net service only, even if it is a bit less known than ForumFree.it. Anyway, both services are multilanguages, even if, by default, ForumCommunity is in English, while ForumFree speaks Italian.
It has a fully customized administration panel, totally separated from the board you are able to create.
Statistics of both websites are quite impressive:
Forum Creation and Hosting is free, and you can however decide to remove advertisements by paying a small contribution, follow this schema:
According to Google Trends chart, ForumFree became more popular than their original competitor, InvisionFree, after 2006: