Sharit gets updated to 2.0 with a bunch of new features

Sharit has just been bumped to version 2.0. The Windows Phone app, which makes it easier to manage and post content to multiple social accounts, has had a bunch of new features and functionality added in the latest release. Not only can you update your status on various networks, but the app also supports image upload, check-in, and more.

Here's a full list of changes, pulled from the store listing:

  • Add support for image sharing.
  • Add support for Checkin.
  • Add support for image upload.
  • Add the ability to schedule updates to be published later.
  • Add the "Sharit Notebook" functionality.
  • Add support for multiple devices sync.
  • Add link Shortening.
  • Add sharing support for, Facebook Groups, Facebook Pages, Foursquare, Linkedin Companies, and Weibo.
  • English only; all languages will return in a few days after review.


Should you find yourself falling behind and feeling burdened with all your social accounts, give Sharit a go (it's free) and see if it makes your life that little bit easier to manage.

QR: Sharit

Rich Edmonds
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Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

  • I thought shareit got updated. Although, I must say after returning back to WP after three months (was using a backup device) lot of things have improved.
  • Thought the same!! Shareit!!
  • This really needs to be a universal app.
  • This kind of app shouldn't be universal but system!
  • the windows version is under development now; should be out next month.
  • Hello, thank you dev, for replying. We tend to get a bit rough around the edges here in the comment section, just overlook's our passion bleeding through...
  • Curious if voice to text will be added? That is pretty much the only thing missing and google+ support
  • No sd card support
    Thats worse
    Downgrade the app
  • Sorry for that one. it'll be back in the next update in a few days.
  • Didn't use on my Lumia , but will do now.+Support developers who support Windows phone
  • Are there are two shareit apps???
  • Sharit, Sharit, Sharit! Not SHAREit!
  • Love the windows phone apps new ui. Really simple...
  • It's easy to confuse this app with SHAREit, a file transfer app.
  • Am I the only one who misreads the name as Shart?
  • Lol thought shareit app... Got happy... Sad again:(
  • Hmm interesting, it's kinda BlackBerry Hub eh? Cause you can update status/tweet etc from a single place, neat.
  • So sharit app doest show me option of facebook group or page...?? I have to buy it. ?? Or its free ?
  • you can now add all account types for free. You will just need to signout in the app and signin again or you can just refresh the Profile page in the app.
  • No longer abble to use it inside the Me tile. Is a bug from my phone?
  • looking into getting this feature back. updates will be posted on
  • Haven't heard of sharit before.  But looks very useful, and since the dev is here replying to our comments (and hopefully not getting offended by some of the roughter ones) I'm more than happy to d/l it right now and give it a go. :)
  • What's the payment system? Free with ads? Free with limited features?
  • limited features. there will be no ads
  • Early on I used Sharit, but it didn't support multiple FB pages.  I've been happily using Unishare now, which allows me to share simultaneously with FB, Twitter, Path, LinkedIn and also with multiple FB pages.  I have it integrated with my Me tile.  So, I'd be interested to hear someone's opinion of the new version of Sharit.
  • I still havent figured out how to transfer files between laptop and phone.
  • Use Dukto app on both your phone and desktop. It works like charm. ;-)
  • Has anyone seen they have subscriptions? I mean, they are looking for people to pay annually or monthly to let you use the app. As a developer I think that's a bad practice and worse, that nowhere in the app description the users are warned about it, as soon I saw that by having purchased the app last year I got a middle plan. Uninstalled and now,using only Multishare and Unishare, hope those doesn't go the same way.  
  • Shareit should really file a notice against this app; 
  • Hm.  How about adding Ello support?  
  • They don't have a public API yet but I'd give it a try but no promises for now