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Symphony makes your social updates stand out with beautiful images, but it's not the best social network manager out there.
Writing the perfect social media post is hard enough. Figuring out the right time to post it is another thing altogether: specifically, Buffer's thing.
Nimble 3.0 brings a nice package of new features, helping you stay on top of your networks, and find the right people to contact at the right times.
Moment is a tidy, elegant menu-bar app that gives you quick access to your Facebook notifications, and makes submitting status updates as simple as click and type, or drag and drop.
This open-source freebie can help you back up the photos you (and your friends) have downloaded. It does have some restrictions, but it's under active development.
All App.net accounts come with free online file storage. Swing makes it simple to use that storage space to share files with other people and on social networks.
Leave aside the photo dump. Hipstamatic has launched Oggl for the iPhone to encourage extreme sharing with insightful curation.
There’s nothing wrong with Apple’s native Contacts app. But if you’re in business, have a large family, communicate with a lot of people, or do that communication in a lot of ways, Buzz Contacts is the far superior choice.
Social media is important for self-promotion on the Internet, but nobody can stay up 24 hours a day to post updates. This is why Pingraphy becomes an essential service.
If you're one of the millions who runs a WordPress blog, this iPhone and iPad app offers a much better way to manage things than using a mobile browser.
Tweetbot, the Twitter client from Tapbots, makes the leap from iOS to the Mac, and it nails the landing.
Twitter's influence on TweetDeck is becoming more apparent in this major new version, with the option of a new, lighter look. We review the new features, including a column navigator that makes it easy to customize the layout.
App.net is a Twitter-esque microblogging platform. Here's how some of the early apps for the service stack up against one another.