UpdateBar is a native mac app that lets users simultaneously post on Twitter accounts, Facebook profiles, and/or even Fan Pages.
It’s not quite your usual full-fledged social network management all-in-one app. Instead, it offers a quick, easy, non-distracting alternative for posting updates on different social networks using a simple app that rests on the Mac menu bar.
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There’s nothing much to configure with this app aside from adding and removing services you want to post to, and choosing among a couple of link shortening options, including the option of entering a custom URL shortening service.
The biggest downside for the app is that it doesn’t let users upload media files. Also, what could work better is if there was a way to trigger the popup window via keyboard shortcuts.
Like most third-party social networking apps, UpdateBar doesn’t show a preview of the link when posting to Facebook.
It offers very limited functions, which is justified by its cheap price. You can grab it in the Mac App Store for $0.99.
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