By stefano di luca
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If you regularly post on Twitter and Facebook, this app was made for you. And in case you also manage multiple Twitter accounts or Facebook pages, this is the app you are going to fall in love with.
Crosspost is the ultimate app for posting at once on multiple Twitter and Facebook accounts or pages!
Today, your only option is to link your Twitter account with Facebook, but this comes with a few problems:
- You can't post messages longer than 140 characters
- Links are shortened in the 't.co' form
- Links lose the preview on Facebook
- You can't post on Twitter without posting on Facebook too
Crosspost solves all these problems. You can post as multiple Twitter and Facebook users or pages, with a few very handy features:
- The app lives in your status bar, always a click (or a keyboard shortcut) away
- There is a 'twitter selector', that lets you highlight the text to post on Twitter only, for example in case you want to write on Facebook a status update that's longer than 140 characters
- You can select multiple accounts and pages to post on at once
- There is a handy "get from browser" button, that gets link and title from the current active page in your browser (works with Chrome and Safari)
- When you post a message that contains a link, on Facebook the link preview is preserved
- There is an option for auto-removing hashtags when posting the same message on Twitter and Facebook
- Global shortcut (ctrl+shift+p)
- Optimized for Retina display
And if you have autoposting from Twitter to Facebook enabled, you can disable it at https://twitter.com/settings/profile (bottom of the page).
Developed by takeitsimple.com
@cescobaz @Facens @pennadl
What's New in Version 1.0.1
- Solved a bug that prevented accounts to be saved in case of system shutdown or user logout
- Minor bug fixes
Works as advertised.
The app has a few accessibility bugs (unlabeled buttons) but having keyboard shortcuts makes up for this flaw.
It's easy to setup a new account or add more. Overall, I hope the developers continue maintaining the app.
Been hunting for this.
I’ve tried several different tools for using social in the most efficient way possible. (Nothing would make me happier than never logging onto the facebook website again). This is definitely a crucial piece of the puzzle.
Also check out Swifty for a similar approach to email and direct messaging (for FB, Twitter, Gmail.)
Works well as intended
I have used this with multiple Twitter accounts and Facebook pages. It does well exactly what it is intended to do. The Twitter selector and the Facebook link previews are especially nice touches.