Windows Phone 8.1 removed the ability to natively share a status update to multiple networks at once through the Me tile. We’ve seen apps like UniShare and MultiShare rise up to address the missing functionality. One Love is an app that’s been out for quite some time that shares to Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn like those other apps, but it does a little bit more too. Let’s check it out.
One Love is an app for Windows Phone and Windows 8 that gives you the ability to share to status updates and photos to Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Buffer and Tumblr. Here’s how sharing breaks down with One Love:
- Add and share to multiple Facebook profiles and Facebook pages
- Add and share to multiple LinkedIn Profiles, Groups and Company Pages
- Add and share to multiple Twitter accounts
- Add and share to all your linked Buffer accounts (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+ and App.net)
- Add and share to multiple Tumblr blogs
One Love is a very powerful app for sharing to all your social networks. Not only can you post to more than one at a time, but you can post to multiple accounts in the same social network. Which is great for anyone who manages social network accounts that belong to a community or company.
We’re also really digging the support for Buffer, which is a great way to automatically schedule status updates (and photos) to your various networks.
One Love is available on both Windows Phone and Windows 8, but currently is not a Universal Windows app. The developer has informed us that he’s hard at work re-architecting the apps to take advantage of some of the newer functionalities of both platforms. One Love for Windows 8 already takes advantage of the Share Charm, but that future update will enable the new Share experience found in Windows Phone 8.1.
Both apps have also recently been made free. No ads. No in-app purchases. Just two great apps that you should take for a spin.
Download One Love from the Windows Phone Store.
Download One Love from the Windows Store.
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