App spotlight: Post to all your social networks with Everypost
Chances are that if you know your way around a computer or a smartphone, then you're actively using at least one of the many popular social networks. And that's okay. Just like yourself, millions of people worldwide connect with friends and family over Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and what not. However, what happens if you feel like sharing something from your mobile device over several SNs? One way to do this is to type in your post manually via these networks' app clients, but that wouldn't be very convenient as you'll have to type in and send the same line multiple times. The other way to tackle the situation is to use an app like Everypost.
Everypost is a neat and simple little app that lets you post to several social networks in one go. Basically, you type whatever it is that you feel like sharing, mark the networks you want it to appear on, hit that big "Post" button and you're done. You may attach your own photos or videos to your posts, as well as YouTube videos, Grooveshark songs, and Flickr images. Plus, there's a built-in URL shortener and a text shortener for Twitter that lets you avoid that 140 character limit.
We just gave this app a try ourselves and we can confirm that it work pretty well. Sure, you do have to spend some time on setting up the app, which means that you will have to allow it to post on your behalf, but the process takes just a few minutes and you don't have to do it more than once per social network.
Everypost is available for free on iOS and Android without any pesky advertisements getting in your way. Feel free to give it a try!