somewheregood 12+

Community convos everywhere‪.‬

Ethels Club Inc

    • 4.7 • 120 Ratings
    • Free

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Somewhere Good is a voice note-based social app for intimate community conversations.

Tap in every day for a new conversation around the things you love.

A fun, new way to connect online with friends you haven’t met in shared curiosity, reflection and discovery.

Ready to come Somewhere Good? Use invite code: HOMIES and share with your friends.


Playfully swipe through our collection of worlds and tap into the ones that excite your interests and spark your curiosity. Looking for a space to share your thoughts on sustainable fashion? Or maybe you want to dream up new ways to be a part of your neighborhood?

Find the worlds that make you feel at home and choose the topics you want to dive into!


Are you totally obsessed with a topic but have no one to talk with about it? Want to have real conversations about the things you love, not just likes and comments?

Now you can do all of these things by starting your own world on Somewhere Good! Tap “Reserve a World” in settings to get started.


What album describes this season? Where’s the last place that brought you joy? How is climate change affecting your neighborhood?

Every day at 11AM ET, new conversation prompts drop in each world, creating an opportunity for fresh, new convos to pop off every day. Make sure to tap in and share your thoughts or just listen in if that’s more your thing.


Respond to the prompt by leaving a 60-second voice note, leave replies on someone else’s note or just listen to other’s replies like a lil’ podcast! Keep the conversation going by replying back anytime that day.


Don’t stop at just your voice! Want to add a link to a song? A PDF of your favorite book? A photo from the weekend? Add color and context by easily attaching a link, image or PDF to your voice note.


Conversations only last 24 hours! At 11AM ET voice notes disappear and the prompt refreshes for a brand new convo to start all over again! Think about it like a kickback with the homies– some of the best conversations can't last forever and you can't wait to go back.


Ready to go from bestie vibes to 4lifers? Bring the conversations to life IRL by meeting up at a free Somewhere Good community space near you. Our first community space is located in Brooklyn, New York and is open Friday-Sunday.

**Ready to come Somewhere Good?! Use invite code: HOMIES and share with your friends.

What’s New

Version 1.17

A new way to learn about convos + gatherings near you!

Now you can see exactly what Worlds are near you in-app. Scroll through the explore page to browse World prompts and their locations.

See a world near you? Be sure to check the “IRL” tab on your Explore page to see if any gatherings are happening in your area.

Head to your settings and tap “Create Gatherings” to schedule an in-person gathering in five minutes or less.

Gatherings are lowkey, low-stakes get togethers. It could look like getting folks together to color, read, chat, meditate, etc. Cute, simple ways to hang with homies you haven’t met yet.
Anyone can make a gathering in-app.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
120 Ratings

120 Ratings

zainab altuma ,

I haven’t fallen in love with an app like this before.

I wrote a review and App Store decided to play with me, so here is a redo. I really love this app. I genuinely enjoyed every second of using it. I had no technical difficulties and it has such a personal design feel that my brain was fully engaged, and for someone with ADHD, the app was easy to navigate and kept me stimulated.
I think Somewhere Good will change the course, style, and future of communication for the next decade. I can already see communication students analyzing its impact in their college courses.
Social Media apps are great and all, but they feel generic, monetary, and give no space for authenticity and honest communication the way Somewhere Good does. The prompts alone give space for people to not only show up as themselves, but to also engage in conversations that bring out feelings and topics that may seem taboo, not easily discussed, etc. I think also the way conversations and prompts are set up gives people the chance to directly and intimately communicate and respond and feel like apart of a community.
I can already see the app being used to share spoken word poetry, songs, book club meetings, etc.
I love it. I know all of my friends and I would constantly use it, and I really wish we had it during quarantine.

ohhellohelen ,

Somewhere good is bringing something new

Delivering exactly what it’s name promises, somewhere good feels like a respite of internet that allows for short form introspection (in the form of 1 minute audio notes) in a judgement free zone. The feeling of the space itself is co-created by the thoughtfulness of each participant (responding to juicy prompt questions at times deeply thought provoking and at times exuberantly playful). It feels so much more direct and meaningful to connect with others’ thoughts by responding to notes with your own, or even just listening in to an intimate thought. Also brilliantly and beautifully designed 😍

mnjshri ,

a worthy addition to your wellness practice

130 days into my daily meditation practice, and I can earnestly say my first interactions with self-care and transcendent wellness practices were with Ethel’s Club in 2020. their digital oasis, Somewhere Good, is as seminal, revolutionary, and inspiring as their initial offerings during the pandemic.

I highly recommend this app for folks seeking to slow down, listen, and engage in a relaxing, risk-free, and fun daily dialogue centering self.

thank you to the SG team for providing such a wonderful digital container for learning about the self through speaking and listening to others.

App Privacy

The developer, Ethels Club Inc, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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