Everypost: Written & Video iPhone App Review
If you’re like us, then you manage, own or otherwise control at least a dozen different social networking sites. Some of those are for our own personal use, others are for our clients who require us to market their wares. Either way, we’ve got a lot to handle, which is why applications like Everypost by developer Everypost LLC are so important to us. These kinds of apps, the ones that let you spray willy-nilly across a wide variety of social platforms, are true lifesavers. Want our review of the free Everypost? All you need to do is keep scrolling down below the break!
Concept and Functionality
As described, Everypost does one thing—or many things, depending on your view—but it does it incredibly well. The app allows you to send out your media of many different varieties to almost every major and important social media outlet available to us today. For instance, if you manage a couple of different Twitter accounts as well as a Facebook page, you can add those instances via the settings panel. Then, when you want to post a status update, you can click both from the dashboard and huck that sucker out into the breeze. The end result? That text is found on all specified locations, and with only a few snaps of a metaphorical finger!
Everypost does more than just text, though! The app also allows you to upload photos and videos. This is great for when you snap a picture—which you can do in-app—and want to share it with the whole list of sites: Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Pinterest, and Google+. That’s your roster, as well. All of the sites we mentioned are found here, and no matter who you are, we’re sure you own accounts at at least two. This means Everypost already has some value for you.
Design and Layout
There’s a lot to love within the design of Everypost. However, we do have a few negative things to say, so we’ll get that out now: First of all, it’s not the most Web 2.0 app we’ve ever seen. The dashboard is a little bland when compared to apps like Instagram, but this is a very small complaint. Otherwise, we loved how simple it was to add new networks from the system preferences pane, as well as how quickly we could send off material to a number of different sites. Additionally, we liked the inclusion of various photo filters, as it just adds a notch more to the value of the free app.
Speaking of which, we can hardly fault the app for its price! Everypost is available for free in the App Store, which makes it a tremendous value for just about anyone. If you frequently post to a lot of different social media sites, then you’re in luck with this one. Sure there are other apps that can handle this for you. But why not give the Everypost a go first?
Everypost requires iOS 5.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review, as well as a video production fee.
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