Socialite

Version: 1.3.5 || Release Date: 2011-06-21 || License: Shareware ($20) Developer: Realmac Software | App Owner: factoryjoe

Stay in touch with the social networks and services that matter to you

A beautiful application, designed to make it easy to stay in touch with the social networks and services that matter to you. From news on Digg, photos on Flickr, statuses and photos on Facebook and Twitter updates, to full Google Reader RSS syncing, Socialite keeps all your social networks in one convenient place.

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27 Opinions

I would certainly expect this type of app to show your facebook messages; others' posts to your wall, pokes, and facebook notifications would also be quite welcome. But the idea is great. It just doesn't (yet) cover the more crucial facebook stuff, imo.

Love the Google Reader sync!

Doesn't respect system proxy settings :\

Very nice app! So far, it's my favorite Google Reader desktop client for OS X because of the GUI design and integration with things like Growl. It still seems to need some options for changing font sizes in the posts and sidebar lists like other RSS reader-type apps, though...the defaults are a bit too small for my comfort.

Just bought EventBox after a very successful trial. It's well designed and has a receptive development team. There are still a few quirks to work out but it's definitely worth purchasing, even as a beta.

Its certainly gotten better and google reader sync is a killer feature.

I'm hoping for better facebook support in regards to threads.

Been waiting for something like this for a while now. Not having multiple apps/websites to check social networking sites is great! Has great potential and is cheap to boot.

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Very slick. Started using this instead of Twitteriffic. I really like the twitter search queries to keep tabs on certain topics. Hope they keep adding services, or add some way to build your own service plugins (via screenscraping / rss).

Has a lot of potential, but needs some more time in the oven.

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