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SocialBro is a handy tool for analyzing your Twitter community, and its free version boasts a slick interface. But the app works reliably only in Google Chrome, and it continually pushes you to upgrade to a paid version.
Tweriod analyzes your tweets and your followers to find out when your tweets will reach the most people. It integrates with Buffer so that you can schedule your tweets to appear during those times.
Slicetige-G is a simple and lightweight program that can help you design an attractive cover image for your Google profile, complete with a sliced out profile picture, and other customizable extras.
Slicetige-T is a basic graphics tool made specifically for the new Twitter cover images. With a bit of patience, it can help anyone create a beautiful cover for Twitter.
Heyo Social offers an inexpensive and (mostly) easy way to add tabs to your Facebook fan pages. The tools are a little finicky, but the results look professional.
Nimble is a centralized dashboard for social networks. With a wide range of supported networks and third-party integration, Nimble makes it easy for businesses to stay in touch with users and customers.
Read Web content in a more traditional format with Paper.li, which lets you build an online newspaper.
Facebook Wednesday introduced its Social Jobs app to help job hunters with more than 1.7 million job listings from job-search sites.
WinZip 17 lets you archive, encrypt, convert, and share your files across multiple services. New integration with cloud storage services and social networks keep this venerable compression utility relevant.
Tweeki is a simple Twitter client with a gorgeous yet simple interface. It has a few limitations, though, and it's best used on just one account.
Free Instagram Downloader lives up to its name, offering a free and easy way to download full-resolution copies of your favorite Instagram snapshots.
Instead of a smiling baby peering up at your from your Facebook newsfeed, you can see a cute kitty, or a big tub of bacon, or whatever you prefer.
MultiMi is an original take on social clients, but in its current form, it's not necessarily better.