Nowadays, it’s easy to stay connected to all of your social networks with your smartphone, and here at The Recapp, we want to be the ones providing you with the best possible apps for all of your social outlets.
With these social-networking apps, you’ll never have to worry about loosing touch with friends, family or your professional network. You may have to worry, though, about wasting the day away as you spend entirely too much time socializing on your mobile device.
Find a social network that’s tailored to a unique hobby or interest. Browse fashions from other shopaholics, keep up on the latest sports news or interact with fans of your favorite TV show. You can even gain motivation from fellow exercisers—diet and fitness app Fitocracy, for instance, creates a mobile fitness community, supporting you while you lose those last 5 pounds.
Of course, we’ve reviewed apps from the top social-networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. But our mission is to find the best apps featuring the hottest mobile trends. That’s why we highlight new apps that focus on social recommendations (try out the celebrity-backed Stamped app) and apps that find people around you (explore the Highlight app, which has been dubbed “creepy” by some).
As with all apps, we urge you to test out these mobile social networks yourself—let us know what you think on Twitter (using your favorite Twitter app, of course).
Making a personal recommendation is easier than ever with the free iPhone app LoveThis.
LinkedIn is a powerhouse in the job market for a reason.
Want to get in shape? Fitocracy is one of the best fitness apps you can download from the App Store.
Highlight is a new social-networking app that notifies you when friends or people of interest are near you.
Create, share, find and attend impromptu parties with the Hurricane Party iPhone app.
Get oodles of convenient features for your Twitter enjoyment with TweetCaster, a killer Twitter client.
Keep track of professional connections with follow-up reminders, automatic contact emails and tags about your initial meeting.
Avoid navigating the voicemail maze by getting the messages emailed or texted to you.
Collect bits of content in a useful way, from notes to websites to voice recordings, and then organize them visually.
We’re glued to GetGlue—a social app that connects people of similar interests.
The sleek Path app enters the arena of social-networking apps, but it has yet to make a huge splash.
Let the pinning begin. Pinterest offers a visual way of sharing interests with friends.
Find your personal match with the dating app OkCupid, and even meet up with your date nearby.
Waze GPS & Traffic
Outsmart traffic with Waze, the free navigation app that brings social networking to the roads.
Send mobile video messages to any smartphone in the world with this free app for iPhone.
Text for free with this SMS alternative.
Give your friends a Glympse of your life with one of our favorite social apps for Android and iPhone.
New Year Resolutions
This organizer app (and personal digital cheerleader) tracks your New Year resolutions.
Our review, short and sweet: There’s really nothing to complain about with Tweetbot.
Facebook Messenger offers free text messaging features, including mobile Facebook Chat.
Find a date anywhere with this free Android and iPhone dating app.
Join the coffee culture with this location-based, social, coffee-house app.
Browse and read tweets from sports players and analysts with this free Android app.
Take it to the slopes with this multifunctional, location-based skiing and snowboarding app.
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