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Social Action lets you post quickly from your wrist

Social Action lets you post quickly from your wrist

Digital Communicator
August 24, 2015

If one of the reasons you love your Apple Watch is that it lets you to quickly and easily keep up with social media, then this app is one you will like. Social Action allows you to post on Twitter or Facebook with very little effort from your wrist or your phone.

Social Action PostSocial Action on your wrist

On the Apple Watch, you can create a post for Twitter or Facebook using voice dictation and then just tap to publish. To take it a step further, you can set up custom messages on your iPhone that can be used on your watch. This is handy if you post a certain message often.

Social Action on your phone

The app also works well on your phone, allowing you to create a post with a tap. There are additional features for iPhone that let you quickly create an iMessage by opening the app or use the Notification Center widget for your posts.

Social Action WidgetSetup tips

Be sure to log into your Twitter and Facebook accounts using the app on your phone before opening it on your watch. You will need to long-press on the information icon to log into Facebook specifically. You can then enable both Twitter and Facebook for Social Action on the watch from your Apple Watch app. Setting up custom messages is also done within your Apple Watch app for each social media site.

Social Action WatchEasy and responsive

Social Action certainly makes it easy to post to Twitter and Facebook from the Apple Watch. There is even an option to choose your Facebook audience, which is a nice feature. Overall, posting is quick and the app is responsive making it a good app addition to the Apple Watch.

Social Action is currently available for $0.99 on the App Store with no in-app purchases.

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Carsten Pietschmann

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