iPhone apps are very popular among iPhone owners and social networking services provide mobile apps for their audience.
·1 LinkedIn’s iPhone app is particularly robust. On Linkedin you can check updates, update your status, view connection profile updates, monitor discussions, access your connections list, check your inbox and respond to correspondence, manage invitations, and connect instantly with other LinkedIn users (both parties need Bluetooth enabled on their mobile devices)
·2 Facebook. The Facebook app lets you review your news feed where you can “like” or make comments; access your profile page, manage friends and friend requests; read or send messages; view photos, events and notes; and chat live with other FB friends. You can even add Facebook Pages so I can monitor and manage them. (Note: When using the iPhone app, any posts to a Facebook page will be made via your personal Facebook account.)
·3 Hootsuite, Tweetdeck, Seesmic. Some of the most popular cross-channel social media management tools have iPhone applications. You can post to multiple places such as Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn from a single dashboard and create multiple views or columns to monitor different aspects of your account such as @ messages and DMs on Twitter, along with your Twitterstream.
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·4 Skype. The iPhone app does call conferences on the go, plus you can connect by voice to another Skype contact, although you need to make sure you have a good and steady connection.
·5 Tumblr, TypePad, BlogPress, WordPress If you are blogger, you can create a blog post straight from your mobile device to your specific blog. The Posterous app, PicPosterous, makes it easy to manage sets of photos or videos.
·6 If you are a Ning network creator you can download now a special app for Network Creators with iPhones, iPads or iPod Touches to access their Plus and Pro Ning Networks. Once you've installed the app and signed in, you'll be able to: · Monitor your Ning Network's daily statistics · View, approve, delete or add Blog posts · View, approve, delete or add Photos · View your members' Profiles · Approve, reject or suspend members · Add comments to a Blog post or a profile · Send a Broadcast Message · Stay up-to-date on the latest Ning news Best of all, this app is free in the iTunes store. Ning will continue adding features and functionality to the app, and expand to other mobile platforms as well (such as Android).
The Ning iPhone app is part of our Ning Everywhere effort, which allows Network Creators to customize, integrate and make their social Web sites accessible on any device or service. While this new iPhone app is for Network Creators to manage their Ning Networks, thanks to the new Ning API, Ning Pro networks can bring a better mobile experience to their members. Check out our Ning Everywhere page for more information about the possibilities opened by the API.
.7 MySpace: The MySpace iPh. application allows you to stay in touch with your social network, send and receive messages, view your contacts and read their statuses as well as upload photos from phone.
.8 YouTube: You can browse and view videos from any location on your mobile phone with the YouTube iPhone app. You can also access account favorites and playlists, search for videos, share and comment on videos and upload videos while on the go.
.9 Mashable: This app allows you to keep up with the latest coverage from Mashable's Web site wherever you may be. The Mashable app allows you to have the most current information on the Web 2.0 and social media world sent right to your mobile phone.
.10 StumbleUpon: Use the StumbleUpon app to get the best stories on the Web sent right to your phone. Every time you click Stumble!, you will be shown sites that have been chosen just for you based on the preferences you set. You'll also be able to see which sites millions of users recommend. This app helps you to keep up with the best news in your industry.
.11 Sprouter — the global collaboration and networking community for entrepreneurs — has a new app.
.12 Gist. This service connects your inbox to the web and feeds you important business-related information about the people and companies with whom you’re interacting. It’s like having a personal assistant at your ear ready to feed you critical bits of info about the person you’re about to meet.
·13 Foursquare, GoWalla, BrightKite, Loopt, Whrrl. Are you ready to check in? Are you willing to announce your location to your friends? Your activity on these sites is predominantly mobile-based as you use your device’s GPS to provide location-related status updates. Want to check into multiple services from the same place? There’s an app for that: Check.