Pushr is for social media power users who want to share content across multiple services and multiple accounts. In its basic form, the app lets you create a message and share it across multiple social networks. You can also share comments, pictures and videos with only a few taps.
You get a lot of bang for your buck as Pushr supports 16 services including Blogger, Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Flickr, foursquare, Google Drive, Instagram, LinkedIn, Picasa Web, Tumblr, Twitter, Vimeo, WordPress, Yammer and YouTube. Additional services are planned for future updates.
The app is pretty simple to use once you go through each service and authorize the app to connect on your behalf. When you are ready to post, all you have to do is type in your text, add your media and hit next. In the next step, you select your social networks and hit Push when you are readyto post. It’s an easy two-step process.
One handy feature of Pushr is the ability to set default social networks for different types of content. For example, I can select Vimeo and YouTube as the default social networks for videos. Once I select a video clip to share, all I have to do is hit the next button, then the push button and my video is on its way to these two services. You can configure auto-post options for text, photos and video.
The biggest drawback I found with Pushr is the “oops” possibility. It’s very easy to tap quickly through a post and forget to turn off a service. If you’re not careful, that racy post meant for your private blog could end up on your very public Facebook timeline.
Pushr is available for $1.99, which is money well spent for users who post regularly to multiple social networks. The standard app lets you setup one account for each social network, while a 99-cent IAP will let you upgrade to a Pro version that supports multiple accounts per service.
Daily iPhone App: Pushr posts your prose to a plethora of social networks originally appeared on TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog on Wed, 22 Aug 2012 23:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.