[Social media] 5 free iphone apps for managing social media

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With so many social networks active today, it's hard to keep track of them all. It seems like you need a spreadsheet just to remember all your profiles and your user IDs and passwords. If you want to be active on all of them, it becomes even more complicated. What was your tweet this morning? Did you already upload that picture to Facebook? Fortunately, there are several applications that can help you keep track of your social media profiles on the go. You can check in, simultaneously update accounts, post photos and videos, and more. Here are our 5 favorite free iPhone apps for helping manage your social media accounts.


Manage social media profiles, schedule status updates and tweets, analyze your traffic and much more with this app. The basic plan is free, and it allows you to track 5 profiles and 2 RSS feeds. The pro version costs $5.99 a month and supports unlimited profiles and Google analytics integration. You can also get a 30-day free trial of the pro version.


If you have multiple Twitter accounts, you can use this app to manage them all. You can filter feeds, schedule tweets, and more with this handy app. You can also integrate your accounts with your Facebook, allowing you to update simultaneously.

Sprout Social

Manage all your social feeds and monitor your brand marketing with this handy app. Schedule updates, respond to messages, and track your clicks and reach. The app is free, but you have to sign up for a monthly service, which starts at $39 a month. You can also get a 30-day free trial.


Update and manage all your social media accounts from this app. Manage multiple Twitter accounts, Facebook, MySpace, LinkedIn, Ping, Wordpress, Flickr, Blogger, Tumblr, and more. You can also store updates and save links using integrated services.


Brizzly allows you to check multiple Twitter accounts, view trending topics, share photos and more. Create lists, save searches, create custom tabs, and share locations. Also get insights and explanations into trending topics so you can become part of the conversation.

What are your favorite apps for managing multiple social media accounts? Tell us about them in the comments!


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