Streamlining your social media is just a Cliqset away

Aug 24, 2010
Tech

If the abundance of social media you’re connected with has you out of sync, scrambling to keep up with your hundreds of friends and followers, Cliqset, the free aggregator app just released for the iPhone, iPad and Android, could be your new BFF. This app allows you to integrate more than 80 different social services, […]

If the abundance of social media you’re connected with has you out of sync, scrambling to keep up with your hundreds of friends and followers, Cliqset, the free aggregator app just released for the iPhone, iPad and Android, could be your new BFF. This app allows you to integrate more than 80 different social services, including Facebook, Twitter, Google Buzz, Foursquare and LinkedIn, making it a one-stop shop for those who like to stay organized and in sync with their busy networks.

Cliqset, much like FriendFeed, Threadsy and Streamy, is the app for those who are looking to organize all of their social networks. It allows you to streamline and share a variety of information (think status updates, photos, videos, music, podcasts, blogs, news and files) with all of your networks, in real time. It’s less technologically advanced than FriendFeed, and also offers both a web-based and desktop edition if you’re not on the go.

What’s got the social media junkies buzzing is that Cliqset not only gives you the ability to post your own content and organize feeds from your friends and those who you’re following, but it also allows you to filter out what you’d like to see (or don’t) from their streams, including duplicate posts (you’ll probably get these from following someone across multiple social networks). You can reply, comment, share, like, save or permalink. What’s best is that you’ll be able to stay on top of all of your networks, sharing and receiving streams of information seamlessly, that keep you in sync with all of your other BFFs’ juicy content.

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Lauren Drell

Lauren Drell is a freelance writer living in Chicago who appreciates descriptive adjectives and the art of the perfectly cooked shoestring french fry. She graduated from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.

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