Best Social Media Tools for Android

Consuming Facebook Pages Manager app

1. Facebook’s own apps

The Facebook Pages Manager app is still in beta, but it provides a handy solution to managing your Facebook pages – post updates and apps, read notifications, and even access analytics on the go. Not the best tool yet, but it is on the right track.

Facebook’s other tool called Groups help you to – you guessed it – manage your groups. Whether you plan to just keep up to date with the other members’ updates, or administer the groups you created, the Groups app provides you a handy way to do it.

Hootsuite android app

2. Hootsuite

Hootsuite is an app that offers you the possibility to update a series of social networks at the same time. With years of experience behind it, Hootsuite has grown from a visually appealing Twitter client into a full blown social media management tool. Now it’s able to handle all major social networks, including Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and so on. It is simple, handy and scalable – it can handle individual accounts, as well as enterprise solutions for big businesses. It doesn’t play the games at just yet – but who knows, this might also be around the corner.

Buffer Android app

3. Buffer

Similar to the Hootsuite above, Buffer is a social media management tool that has been around for quite some time. It allows its users to create, share and schedule new updates with just a few taps, and it can handle social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus. The app is free, but you can upgrade to a more feature-rich account for $10 a month, with extra functions like scheduling unlimited posts, connect more accounts and several others.

Sprout Social android

+1 – Sprout Social

Not dissimilar from the above, the Social Sprout app is focusing on collaboration. It makes it easier for teams to collaborate, schedule posts, analyze data and monitor the results of multiple accounts in one place. Its most useful feature is that it allows social media management teams to engage in conversations, assign tasks based on which team member is available, and keep up with followers at any time of the day. Sprout Social is available on desktop PCs, as a browser extension or a native app on Android and iOS, making it available for anyone – any time. Its services can be tried free – and the full blown app costs between $59 and $500 per month.

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