Last week Daniel wrote a post about the new Social Extensibility framework in Windows Phone 8.1 and how it’ll make sharing a lot better. The Social Extensibility framework (SEF) is a set of social extension APIs from Microsoft that will allow social apps to tie into the OS. In the past we’ve had apps like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and others link directly into Windows Phone. But an entire update to the OS was needed to address any fixes or new additions to those services. Now anyone can jump into the social fun. MultiShare is a new Windows Phone 8.1 app that will allow you to post two Twitter and Facebook from the Me hub.
There’s really not a whole lot to say about MultiShare, except it works and does what its job really well. Download the app and head to the settings section to connect your Twitter and Facebook accounts. After that you’ll find MultiShare listed as an app in the Me hub when you select ‘post an update’. Select MultiShare and you’ll be taken to the minimalist app that will allow you to post an update to Twitter and Facebook at the same time.
MultiShare is simple and free. If you’re looking to post updates to both Twitter and Facebook at the same time using the Me hub take MultiShare for a spin.
Download MultiShare from the Windows Phone Store.