We are an independent software studio based between France, the US, and Australia.
We're building a suite of tools to get people back in control of their digital lives.

Desktop, Dashboard, and Library are our first products.

Our history

The idea for this project started a few years ago, when we realized that the Internet we loved had been privatized by a handful of platforms.
We decided to create a more personal way to organize and access our content and bring back the early spirit of Internet.
After a year in private testing, our products are now available to the public for a small subscription fee.


A dissident is someone who actively challenges an established doctrine. While big platforms are limiting our access, discovery and inspiration, our Alternative Interfaces are here to bring back a sense of freedom and control to our users.

Our product philosophy

We want to take the time to build honest and well-crafted software.
We follow the principles of the Slow Web: respect the user's time, their attention, and their privacy.

Our design philosophy

Instead of living in multiple product universes with incompatible rules, we unify all your content in one place. All our products are "no logo", and use a clean design to limit noise and unwanted notifications.


We charge a 5 euro monthly subscription (50€ yearly).
We want to give our users the peace-of-mind that their personal data is not being sold to the highest bidder when they use our products.

Your Privacy

Your privacy is very important to us.

We use SSL for all our applications and cookies for authentication and session data only.
We use Stripe for payment so your email address and payment information is shared with them. You can view their privacy policy for more information.
We use Amplitude, Google Analytics to collect anonymous analytic data and Intercom for user support and messaging.

Your information is never shared with advertisers.

If you have any questions about privacy: [email protected].

During our launch, our subscription is just 5€/ Month.