Top 10 iPhone Social Networking Apps

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  1. iThrewMyiPodOutTheWindow

    iThrewMyiPodOutTheWindow New Member

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    Hi, I was just wondering if you could post your top 10 s.n apps? I would like to get some sort of idea on what to download for keeping in touch with my friends. Thanks!

    At the moment, I'm using IM+ Lite for my MSN host. I haven't got a Twitter client yet, but I have a Facebook client.

    Again, thanks!

    ~Karl

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  2. BigBossMan

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    myspace, twitter and facebook
  3. leveliv

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    Friendfeed - Owned by Facebook (similar to Twitter or what Pownce used to be)
    GoWalla - Location check in Network
    FourSquare - Check in app again but this one has achievements you can..well achieve.(make sure you add your wifi hotspot to SkyHook for it to work)
    Identi.ca - Twitter or FF like Network, more tech geek friendly than twitter
    Digg - social news networking site
    Skype - chat client/VOIP (Thats more a chat client but they have the basis to be a mad social network)

    Also check out Twinkle its an app that used Geo Location (use Skyhook) and it checks for tweets nearby to you, and you can meet new people and make new friends Tapulous makes it (same people that make Tap Tap Revenge)

    That should keep you busy

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    Facebook (for facebook)
    IM+ (for IM/MSN)
    eBuddy (for IM/MSN)
    Trillian (for IM/MSN)
    I switch between these 3 IM clients because some of the networks I use block certain apps.

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