5 iPhones App For Social Networking

Apple App store is crowded with 65k+ apps. It gets quite hectic to search applications for your social networking needs. Here’s a compact list 5 best social networking apps that you will ever need to stay in touch with your contacts.


Tweetdeck is truely amazing software for all your twitter needs. With Tweetdeck you can create groups, search Twitter, manage multiple accounts and easily post your tweets or share photos, link and much more. Plus you can sync your existing TweetDeck columns between your desktop and iPhone. Moreover, it’s FREE.


Facebook app, as the name suggests is application to handle your facebook account. It’s an optimized version of mobile facebook for iPhone. Lets you update status, read comments, check inbox, chat and browse profiles, albums and notes. Again it’s FREE


Photoscatter lets you upload your images in gallery or fresh photos to photo sharing sites like Facebook, Flickr, Shutterfly, PhotoBucket, Picasa and Twitter (TwitPic). You can upload the photo to all the above photo sharing sites in one go or upload to selected few, it’s your choice. It will cost you $1.99.


Shozu is all in one social networking application for your iphone/ipod. Shozu lets you connect to more than 40 social networking sites. You can update status, upload pictures and do more using shozu.


Fring lets you login to your Skype ®, MSN Messenger ®, Google Talkâ„¢, ICQ, SIP, Twitter, Yahoo!â„¢ and AIM ® accounts. You can listen to music with your Last.fm friends, check out what each other are up to on Facebook, receive alerts of new Google Mailâ„¢ and tailor make your very own fring by adding more cool experiences from fringAdd-onsâ„¢.

TweetDeck Being Acquired By Seesmic?

There are news and videos floating around that one of the most popular cross-platform clients is being acquired by it’s main rival Seesmic.

This news is definitely not good because where is the business acumen? Why did Seesmic create a application to rival TweetDeck in the first place? Why did Seesmic waste so many hours positioning itself as a alternative? Why did they waste so many hours of developers?

All glaring questions that need to be answered, if this so called rumorgoes through, this is definitely a giveaway by Seesmic at least, because as far as we know TweetDeck beats them outright.

However here is a video that is speculating these rumors, looking at it you will definitely see something concrete in this sense is happening, the video features founder of TweetDeck Iain Dodsworth and Loic from Seesmic.

[via Inquisitr]

TweetDeck Updates, Add Multiple Accounts, Cloud Storage and More

one of the best cross platform clients just updated, adding a whole lot of new features which we were waiting for a long long time now.

The most notable features in the latest version is first of all that it is really much more faster than the earlier versions, and to top that it even supports multiple twitter accounts, something we have been waiting for a long time now.


Well that is not everything to it, you can now also create your TweetDeck account to synchronize your groups and other settings which you can then pull to anywhere else you start using TweetDeck , awesomeness written all over this, and the also have a iPhone app now, that is too many things to devour in one night.

New Features in TweetDeck Include

Sync you can automatically synchronize TweetDeck between your desktop and iPhone, making it really simple to import your columns and groups so you can be up and running on iPhone in a matter of minutes no reinventing the wheel. Sync works in the background so whenever you change a group or add a new search column it’s updated and available on all your computers and your iPhone. This also means that everything can be backed up in case your computer ever crashes.

Multiple account support you can now have multiple accounts with no need to switch between them. Whether you’re on the desktop or iPhone we’ve made it simple to see all your columns, for all your accounts and tweet from any account or even cross-post tweets to numerous Twitter accounts at the same time.

Unlimited columns you’ll be happy to hear that you can now have as many columns as you’d like on TweetDeck. No more 10 columns limit, now the sky’s the limit.

Local trends rather than only being able to see what’s trending on Twitter as a whole, with local trends, you can now see what’s hot among your own friends and colleagues. You’ll be able to run local trends on any of your columns in TweetDeck.

For more information read their release post or download or upgrade Tweetdeck.

OutlookDeck Brings TweetDeck Interface To Outlook Search

We have been using for quite sometime now and love the interface quite a lot, on the other hand we feel that is the best tool for emails.


OutlookDeck is a interesting new application that will allow you to view and search Outlook emails in a TweetDeckish interface.

You can view all emails, view your replies, or search your emails using OutlookDeck, it will create a new tab for each of your actions, so clicking on All Friends will create a new tab, every search will create a new tab and son on.

We find OutlookDeck a fun way of searching emails, and having been using TweetDeck for quite sometime now, we love the refreshing way in which we can search our emails.

Download OutlookDeck [via tweet from Scobleizer]

TweetDeck Integrates Facebook Support

TweetDeck one of the most popular desktop clients for , has released a new beta which integrates into the application, this will allow you to keep up with your Facebook updates from right within TweetDeck.


This is definitely a exiting update, since you can now update and check on the status of two of the most popular social networking sites from a single application.

Also Read: Facebook Gadget For Gmail

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Adobe Air Applications Not Opening Links In Default Browser [Fix]

For quite some time I was facing a problem where applications particularly Tweetdeck (or any client) did not open the links in my default system browser () and opened the link in which was my earlier default browser.

Initially I tried to pinpoint the issue to Tweetdeck, but it seems like the issue is with Adobe Air itself.

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