We’re all busy people, and many of us have more than one social network to keep up-to-date every day (or every hour). Things get complicated when you want to stay in touch with all that’s happening on your favorite social network such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Thank goodness for Yoono, which exists to make sure all our social networks get the same treatment.
A Closer Look at Yoono Social Service
Yoono provide a set of social managers that lets you post status updates and monitor your friends activities across multiple sites in one spot. It pulls all the various updates across the sites on to a single interface, so you don’t have to go to each individual site to see them.
Sharing you status update is pretty simple. You just type your update message into text box then choose where you want it published. It supports a wide range of social networks including Facebook, MySpace, Linkedin, Twitter and Foursqaure. There is even support for instant messengers, including AIM, Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo Messenger, and Google Talk.
Yoono can load as a sidebar in browser (Firefox and Chrome), or a desktop app. There is an iPhone app and a portable version that runs on USB flash drive, enabling you connect with your friend on the go.
We’ve tried the desktop version and the web-based version(through extensions). They have extremely similar interface and features. However, the Web Yoono offer additional tools called widgets and the Desktop Yoono does not. We particularly like Web Notes widget which lets you highlight and clip text, images and video from the page you are viewing with all your social networks at the same time. This supports a variety of media sharing sites including Flickr, Photobucket and Youtube.
Through setting options you can make adjustments, according to your preferences. For example, you can change background color, language preference, text size and settings for pop-up alert system.
Yoono is a must have for those who spends a lot of time on social network. Yoono provide a set of tools which are flexible and easy to use. Best of all, it is available for desktop (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux), iPhone and browsers (Chrome and Firefox).