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| April 26, 2013
Yea Or Nay? Hot Or Not? Make Your Vote Count With The Newly Updated Seesaw App
Seesaw for iPhone, the fun opinion-crowdsourcing app, has just swung into another major update. Released last February, Seesaw was favorably reviewed by my colleague Christine, who concluded that "if you’re the indecisive type (like me), and would prefer to crowdsource opinions, then this is a great app for the job." Shortly after its launch, Seesaw was declared by us here on AppAdvice as our App of the Week. Indeed, Seesaw is a neat app for inviting friends to respond to decision-making polls — polls on what to wear, where to stay, when to go, anything. And it has just become even better, thanks to the new set of improvements brought by its latest update. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. For one thing, Seesaw now lets you change your vote. Also, it now shows vote results using a beautiful pie-chart animation. But perhaps the most important improvement in the new version of Seesaw is the newly added support for signing in to the app via Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Apparently, many users are averse to the idea of logging in with phone numbers, which was the app's only supported login method until now. Along with some bug fixes, the new Seesaw update also adds social media links to profiles and includes support for voting on random polls even before logging in. Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 5.0 or later, the newly updated Seesaw is available in the App Store for free. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]