StatNut is a worthy replacement for Ego to track stats across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more

StatNut is a worthy replacement for Ego to track stats across Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more

One of my favorite apps for tracking my social stats was Ego, by Garret Murray. Now that Ego isn’t in the App Store any more, I’ve been pining for something a bit fresher and more interesting and StatNut is just that.

It’s a clean and simple app that utilizes a flattened, color coded design scheme to present you with stats from Dribbble, Twitter, Foursquare, Vimeo, YouTube, Tumblr and Instagram. The control scheme of the app relies on up, down, and side-to-side swipes. Swipe up to add new accounts, swipe down to refresh, swipe left on an account to visit it on the web and swipe right to change the account login settings. It’s all very slick and quick.

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I loaded up Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram and it’s quite nicely arranged. A worthy replacement for Ego on my second page. Each of the accounts entries lists the most pertinent data. Twitter, for instance, gives you followers, following, listed, tweets and favorites.

You can add multiple accounts for Twitter, but for services that require authentication, like Facebook, you’re limited to a single one. If you’re looking for a replacement for Ego, or just a way to track your stats across all of these networks, StatNut is worth a look.

StatNut for iPhone $0.99

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