Got too many social networking sites you monitor regularly using your iPhone? If so, checking these sites one by one may already be becoming to cumbersome for you. That’s what Fuse Social iPhone app wants to help you with; to better manage your social networking accounts in an orderly manner using your iPhone.
What is it?
Fuse Social can be described as a social networking app that wants to be the mothership of all your social networking accounts. It curates your friends updates from various social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Flickr. The developers promise to add more social networks soon. In the meantime, those mentioned are probably the most heavily used, and Fuse Social integrates all of them into a single interface.
How does it work?
The moment you fire up Fuse Social on your iPhone, you will be prompted to log in to each of the social sites to which you belong. Yes, one by one, but you’re going to do it only once anyway, so bear with the process.
After logging in to each of your accounts, Fuse will create a custom page for each of your contacts in these social accounts.
Of course, you’ll have some contacts who use several social networking sites, so you’ll have to fuse these contacts together so the app can create one simple page containing all of the updates of your contacts from the different sites. One nice feature of Fuse Social is that it lets you link to each of the social sites directly with a tap, allowing you to comment or post directly from the app.
Is it contagious?
Social networking denizens will surely find Fuse Social a welcome respite from other apps with similar purpose. It’s a pretty useful app for those who manage dozens of social networking accounts while on the move, as you’re be able to manage your social accounts well and be informed of updates from you contacts’ various social networking accounts.
So, should you download Fuse Social? Only if, as mentioned, you have too many social networking apps to manage regularly that it can’t wait until you get hold of computer.