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Social networking applications for dummies

23 October 2012 No Comment

Whether you are:

1: Sharing photos and videos

2:  Chatting with pals for life

3: Hanging out with them

4: Sleeping with them

The fact of the matter is that, social networking is nothing, but about connecting with humans. Forty percent of the people regularly use the social media for staying updated and connected. Mobile devices such as smartphones play a pivotal role in doing that.

The art of social networking

It’s very easy to fall prey to application overload as one person is running many applications simultaneously. The mobile social applications for networking just employ one service. One application called HootSuite will allow you to combine these fantastic four websites all in one.

1: Facebook

2: LinkedIn

3: Twitter

4: Foursquare

You can do same as everything as you did in all these websites. You can post one status everywhere else. Also, it’s a clean and easy interface for showing network streams. The messages are put nicely, but effectively. HootSuite is a good enough application.

The HootSuite application is available in the Apple Store as well as in Google Play Store. It can also be installed on the BlackBerry smartphones. The HootSuite website will provide it. You can add at least five websites in your profile. The Pro version will cost six dollars per month. It has unlimited features and profiles to choose from.

Sharing media

The Path application labels itself as the smartest journal ever. It can record and share whatever the hell you are doing. It can integrate Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Foursquare, all at once.

This application sings for the moment and used for sharing songs, photos, videos and stupid thoughts.

Your friends can make a comment, if they like. The application is free for download. There are lenses for the iOS fans, who can buy it for a buck and improve photos.

The instant messenger syndrome

Trillian is multi-faceted and full of features chat application for chat fans. It’s not a newcomer in the market, but supports all the messengers such as:

1: Google Talk

2: Yahoo messenger

3: Msn messenger

4: Facebook

5: Jabber

6: AIM

7: Some unknown ones

The interface is tab based and keeps track of multiple conversations. Trillian is available on the:

1: BlackBerry

2: Android

3: iPhone

4: Windows

5: Mac

The settings are easily made compatible with the device and Trillian web client. Your mobile chats are also saved, if you buy the twelve dollar per year advertisement free pro account.

Automation based on location

There are certain location based applications and they figure out where you are and perform actions according to that location.

Your own smartphone can inform the sender when text message is received, that the person is busy now and will reply later.

1: Locale wins the race for being the best application. It is simple and has many plugins.

2: Locales pales in features in comparison to Tasker and Llama. Tasker is more capable. It is very customizable.

3: Llama is same as Tasker.

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