Buffer lets you line up social media posts for Twitter, Facebook, Google , Linked In and Pinterest.
It’s a pretty essential tool if you’re running a publication or business, but can also be useful if you want to schedule regular updates or announcements from you personal accounts.
Get peace of mind from having your child spending too much time using an app or playing a game, and disable age-inappropriate selections.
Netsanity’s Appblocker, and the new Gameblocker, accessible from your private parental/guardian dashboard, is the #1 feature requested by parents.
Instantly block and unblock selected apps on your child’s Apple i Phone, i Pad, i Pod touch, or Android Samsung mobile device.
The app works by taking a burst of 10 photos then automatically stitches these together into a 1-second video that rolls back and forth in perpetuity.
The jerky aesthetic of the shot clips gives them a rough charm – a bit like the dancers in the video for Pulp’s Common People.
A useful business/social app to have in your arsenal, Slack is a snazzy-looking conversation platform aimed at the workplace.
The app supports both private and group conversations.
The App Store presents a world of opportunity; you can turn your i Phone or i Pad into a portable photography suite, personal assistant or gym buddy.
The sheer quantity of apps for i OS can be dizzying, and Apple’s own lists only do so much to sort the wheat from the digital chaff.
The app lets you pin posts to a custom schedule, and then offers a host of different analytics tools to judge how many people clicked, liked or shared your words or pictures.
Face Time may be the pillar of video chat on Apple devices, but Skype remains an indispensable tool for talking to friends, family and colleagues on Android and Windows phones.
It integrates with a number of tools including Dropbox and Google Docs, and lets you add images, videos and GIFs to your chats.