The Only Community Platform You Need

Our easy-to-use, fully-branded community platform, provides you with all of the tools required to build a thriving online community across Web, iOS and Android.

Generate Revenue

Grow revenue by selling member subscription and in-app purchases.

Drive Engagement

Skyrocket member engagement with live streaming and push notifications.

Reclaim Control

Bring your community together in a safe space that you own and control.

A Community Platform Designed For You

Our intuitive community platform is a one-stop-shop designed to help you build your community around what matters to you.

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With Disciple community platform you can create unlimited groups to segment your audience, post content and videos, sell online courses and subscriptions, and use analytics to understand your community better. Your members can create their own profiles, find, friend and message each other.

Get the Most Out of Your Community Platform

Get the Most Out of Your Community Platform

Your own-branded community platform

Make your community more accessible than ever before with a fully-branded online community platform. Simply select the features and branding that suit your needs and in a few easy steps, you'll be able to launch, grow and monetise your community.

Web, iOS & Android
Full customisation
Push notifications
Multiple groups
Event Calendar
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The Console

Publish your content and manage your members with a powerful community management hub. Your community. Your rules.

Scheduled posts
Member profiles
Integrations & API
Member database
Moderation tools
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We take care of the technology, so you can focus on the success of your community


We built our public API, so you can integrate your community with existing tools.


We regularly update the platform with new features and keep an eye on App Store guidelines, so you don’t have to.


We provide a secure, GDPR compliant platform where you own and control your data.

Disciple community platforms are very powerful. My members love it.

Madeleine Shaw - Business Owner

Madeleine Shaw

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per month

Branding & customisation

Unlimited groups and topics


Content Library & Media Gallery

Friends & Messaging


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No credit card required

Mobile App



per month

All the features of Web

Exposure to millions of users in Apple and Google app stores

In-app purchases



Dedicated Community Success Manager

Priority customer support

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Bespoke enterprise packages are available on this tier

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*Plus VAT for customers in the UK and non-business customers in the EU

"Fantastic app platform has brought our community to life." - Action for Happiness

Disciple community apps in app stores.

Rated 4.64 out of 5. Based on 14,508 iOS and Android app reviews received between 30 June 2014 and 6 November 2018.

"Outstanding Product and Exceptional Customer Experience!" - Her Spirit

Frequently asked questions

How do I start an online community?

Starting an online community is a commitment, so you really need to understand why you are looking to create one. There are a number of tried and tested steps to launch your community. 1) Identify your own niche, something that would resonate with peoples' passion. 2) Find a place for your community to gather. You can do it on social media, but there are too many distractions. 3) Populate your community with content. There is no point of inviting member into an empty community platform. 4) Start inviting members from your mailing list and social media 5) keep in mind that having a small and engaged community is better than having large one which is not engaged. It's better both for revenue and engagement.

What are examples of online communities?

There are many examples of online communities. From Facebook Groups to gated community platform the number of online networks is growing fast. We have a number of inspiring communities on our platforms, such as A Year With My Camera (community of photographers) Action for Happiness (mental health support charity) and DADAF (community dedicated to dads).

What makes a community a community?

That's a tricky one. Community is defined by its members. We believe that the true community should be united by a single passion or interest. That's why social media is not really a community. It's a group of individuals with different interests and aspirations.

How do you build online community best practices?

There is no silver bullet when it comes to community building, but you can start by researching a particular gap on the market. We have a community of dads (something that wasn't that popular when they started) and a community of window cleaners. When you find a gap in the market, it's much easier to create your community. When you start with Disciple we also provide you with the best tips to grow and engage your community.

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