MySocial App Review- Access All Your Social Networks in One App
One of the most important functions of a smartphone or tablet today is keeping people connected. Users are normally signed up to at least a couple of the major social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+. As such it can become a tiresome process to keep jumping between apps on your iPhone/iPad to view updates on the various networks. MySocial is an app that enables you to access all your social networks in one app without having to keep changing. The app has just been made free from a previously premium price of $0.99. So is it worth downloading?
There are a few apps out there such as Hootsuite which allow you to control multiple social networks however most of these import a data stream into the app, whereas what MySocial does is simply allow you to access the main web interface of the social network from within the app and perform all the same tasks you would do in the network.
The interface of the app is remarkably simple and once you have entered all of your usernames and passwords for networks that you are a member of then you are good to go. Using the left-hand navigation bar you can switch between social networks in one tap and it can be hidden with a single tap to give you more screen real-estate to view your social media. This is a great thing for a couple of reasons. It saves you time rather than having to navigate between separate apps to view feeds and updates. It also saves your device memory as you will not have to have multiple apps running in the background but can run all of your social media from a single app.
MySocial Supported Networks
- Access multiple social networks in one place
- Save device memory
- Simple-to-use interface
- Not all social networks supported
Saving device memory and you the hassle of flicking between multiple apps to keep on top of your social networks, MySocial is a great solution. The ease with which you can move between your different network feeds and the range of networks supported make downloading this a no-brainer. Sure it does not support all social networks out there, but it can greatly reduce the amount of different social network apps you need on your iPhone or iPad and free up valuable space for other items. It is now free to download so no harm can be done by testing it out and seeing if it works for you.
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