If you’re like us, you use a variety of social media networks, so much so that it’s hard to keep track of all your passwords.
The application helps us keep our social lives organized, and makes it bloody simple to swap between the different avenues we peruse.
And if you’re itching for our full review, you need only to slide on down below the break!
Concept and Functionality
The best way to think about Networkey is as if it were a hall of windows. The application allows you to connect a veritable garden of social networking utilities, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, Google+, Tumblr, and MySpace.
Then, once you’ve connected your materials, you can walk down the metaphorical hall to peer into each location’s window.
Plainly speaking, you’ll find a bevy of tabs at the bottom of the application. By tapping any one of these, you can instantly access that social network, assuming you have added the appropriate account information.
And in almost all cases, what you’re getting here is a fully fleshed-out version of that network. Obviously, this is restricted by what the API for each platform allows.
Even still, it’s a fair jumble of features, and if you’re just wanting to look at your Facebook and Twitter feeds (side-by-side) there’s hardly a more convenient option.
Best of all, if you’re eager to see X social network on the app, you can request it without leaving for your browser. There’s a convenient form attached to the end of the tabbed navigational buttons, and using a single field you can ask away to your heart’s desire.
All in all, Networkey is certainly convenient and offers a great deal of comfort for such a small app.
Design and Interface
In our (often not-so-humble) opinion, Networkey suffers most where its interface is concerned. Considering the social networks the application draws from all have snazzy, modern-looking interfaces, it’s a shame that Networkey doesn’t sport more flair.
We would absolutely love to see a flatter user interface involved here, as well as some big, beefy buttons we can sink our teeth into. Even the color scheme could use a pick-me-up.
Then again, the subtlety of the interface does keep the focus on your social media—and perhaps that’s the way it should be!
At the end of the day, there’s no freer option for this kind of functionality. If you’re in need of just such a utility for the Android platform (phone or tablet) then Networkey is the free app you need to try now.
Networkey gets a full recommendation from us, especially for those with a plethora of social networks at their disposal.
Networkey requires Android. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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