Apps for those who want to remain hooked to SN

Buffer

Buffer
If you are one of those who want their presence felt to their social network friends throughout the day but at the same time do not overload them with posts then Buffer is what you should be using. It is a unique concept of scheduling your updates and posts on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn. As the name suggests Buffers helps you create a buffer of status updates, posts etc and then schedule them to be posted throughout the day at regular intervals and optimal time which is determined by Buffer’s own algorithms.

Hootsuite

Hootsuite
Hootsuite is another powerful tool that’ll allow you to remian hooked up with your facebook, twitter, linkedIn, FourSquare friends simultaneously. Hootsuite is available as a Web application as well as mobile application for Android and iOS. As TweetDeck from Twitter is shutting down its mobile apps and also discontinuing its Facebook integration, Hootsuite might be a savior for many TweetDeck users.

Facebook Home

Facebook Home
For those who are madly hooked to Facebook and don’t want to miss any update for even a second, Facebook home is a great Android app. Facebook home shows the status updates and photos directly on the lock screen of user’s device. It also has a unique feature of showing all the new messages and notifications on top of whatever app is active. This feature called Chat head lets the user remain updated even while working in some other application. The only drawback of this app is that it is currently available for only a few Android phone models.

Stevie TV

Stevie TV
Stevie TV is a super cool application with which you’ll never have to think twice about how to pass some free time. This Android, iOS and Windows 8 app, also available as a Web application, searches for all the videos shared by your friends on Facebook and Twitter and gathers them under one channel for you to enjoy seamlessly. It also brings in the status updates and other stuff under the same hood. You can also use Stevie TV to create themed channels based on the most popular content over these social networking sites.