How many social networks do you use to keep yourself updated on what’s happening amongst your circle of friends and news from across the world? Everyday, with so many posts, tweets, photos and videos being uploaded to social networks, it’s certainly not an easy task to log on every of your social account for updates.
However, the good news is that the hassle can be avoided through some awesome web applications. Below we’ve compiled a list of extremely useful social media feed aggregators where you can view all your social feeds in one place. It means that you can check out all your status updates from Facebook, tweets on Twitter, posts from Google+ and even photos from Instagram simultaneously, within one browser window.
Alternion gathers all the feeds including updates, links and media uploads from your social network profiles. The impressive app can supports more than 220 social networks. What makes Alternation outstands other piers is that it can also incorporate all your emails, be it Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo! or AOL into the social aggregating system. Other features you may find useful include social address book, social resume, filters, privacy control as well as profile customization.
Yoono unifies all the feeds from your multiple social networks. The app, available in both desktop and browser, not only lets you view the feeds from your Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc. simultaneously but also enables you share your favourite links, images and videos to any of your profiles. With this multi-social media in one app, you can update your status across all your social profiles at once.
Feedient keeps your social media life easy by giving you a simple overview of your Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram feeds within one single webpage. Each type of social feeds will be displayed in a column, side by side. You can re-arrange the columns based on your preferences.
Without the need of clicking the update button, the free social tool automatically shows you the new posts as they arrive. Apart from viewing the posts, Feedient also lets you interact with them by giving ‘Like’ and comments as well as sharing with others. You can even post your status updates to Facebook and Twitter directly from the tool.
Cloze – iPhone & iPad app | Android app
Cloze is another social media aggregation and curation tool available in both web browser and mobile app. What makes Cloze different from other similar apps is that it learns who’s important to you then organizes the feeds from those people right upfront, filter out the clutters of everything else.
The social app also bring together all your relationships into a people-centered view where you can easily keep track of their contacts, posts, tweets, emails, etc.
Scruddle consolidates all your social networks’ news and streams as well as emails into a single inbox. From there you can view and manage the information in the way you want. Without having to logon to different social websites, you can easily do your daily social activities including update status, like, comment, retweet, etc. through the app.
Scruddle also comes with a map feature showing what’s around you and social check-ins from Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare.
G++ is a social addon for Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. It makes Google Plus a multiple social networks platform by integrating Facebook and Twitter posts with Google Plus’ feeds. Through this service, users can update status, share links and images, drop comments and ‘like’ any posts from Facebook and Twitter directly from Google+.
Mybucketz is another aggregating service that brings all the feeds from multiple social networks and RSS into one central place. Apart from viewing posts, the service also allows you to group friends or followings across your social networks into individual ‘buckets’ such as friends, family, colleagues, etc. Additionally, you can also search for posts within your networks based on specific keywords.
Jyst’s minimalist design and intuitive user-interface allows you to view feeds from multiple social networks without unnecessary distraction. To get it started, you’ll need to logon to the service via Facebook or Twitter account.
Not only does Jyst lets you post status updates and share links to others but also make a quick reply to a tweet with ease. You’ll then see how the post looks like on the social network you are sharing to.
Facebook to Twitter
As the name implies, the Facebook-owned app helps you post all the public updates on Facebook to Twitter. On the settings you can select which public updates you share, like only photos, links, notes or events.
Social Mobile Apps
Fuse – iPhone app
Fuse is a mobile app that gathers all your social media profiles in one place. It gives you a unified feed of updates from your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram for better social experience. You can quickly turn on or off each of the social network depending on your preference. Additionally, Fuse also lets you share, message and search across your networks.
Pixable – iPhone & iPad app | Android app
Pixable enables you to have an instant view of photos and videos shared across from all your social networks including Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. Personal interactions such as like, retweet, comment can be done directly from the app. On top of that, you can also browse the trending stories people are talking about.
Recents – iPhone app
Recents, with its clean interface, aggregates the most recent updates from all your social networks into a single feed. Currently the app supports Facebook, Twitter, Instragram and Tumblr. It lets you read articles, view pictures, watch videos, and even ‘like’ the content you enjoyed.