SO.HO Social Launcher Brings Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Tougether

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  • 01 Jun 2013
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  • In terms of launcher options for the Android platform one cannot complain about the fact that the number of alternatives seems thin. The same can be said about the social apps, for networks such as Facebook, Twitter and more. Following the latest trends, SO.HO offers a way to have the most important social experiences in one spot.

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    Developer Inq has brought SO.HO Launcher on the Play Store in Beta form and intends on making it one of the most highly appreciated offers of the kind. You can sign-in to your favorite networks with ease and than gain access to the posts along with the other social features, such as the ability to post, comment or like straight from the homescreen. The process is pretty forward and does not require tampering with extra settings or options.

    In terms of interface, SO.HO has done a great job offering an attractive feel and fits perfectly with its purpose. The actions are well placed and can be accessed with ease and you have the option to turn on or off any feed you like. Support for other social networks, such as Google+ would have been appreciated but for now the offers seems enough. The developer already announced it will be adding more social networks and functionality over the coming months. Till then, the Beta release is available for free on the Play Store.

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