From email and IM to texting and Twitter, we zip across the many modes of connections like the hyperkinetic, futuristic beings we are. But it’s one thing to see it, and quite another thing to live it.
For those of us living it, the myriad ways we’re able to connect online is truly empowering, but they also present little everyday hassles that over time become major annoyances—and in some cases, serious security and productivity issues.
I’m supposedly able to explore and share all kinds of content with people all around the world.
And yet, when I try cutting and pasting a tweet into an email, it looks like someone kicked the tweet apart. Or if I want to share a vacation pic, I need to log into several sites and sit there while it uploads each time.
Enter MultiMi ™, a free social desktop app for the PC. I personally use MultiMi, because it’s the easiest way I know to keep in touch with the people who matter most in my life.
Whether I connect with them on Gmail or Hotmail, Twitter or LinkedIn, Gtalk or Facebook Chat, Flickr or Picasa, I can see and connect with my contacts all from the same screen.
This includes being able to view my relationship with someone across all the places where we connect. And the same holds true for the content they generate: with MultiMi, I can browse all of my incoming messages, photos, videos, documents and more from all communication streams in one place.
Most importantly, I’m able to easily combine and share content from a variety of sources by dragging tweets, videos, emails and more into a compose box.
MultiMi does all of this while also ensuring SAFE content sharing through AVG’s renowned LinkScanner® technology.
And now, after a year of gathering feedback from our loyal community of users, MultiMi comes with a major update that includes an aesthetic overhaul, full home and tab customization, ability to edit and save photos from various sources, a built-in RSS reader, support for Google Reader and Pocket, and use of Google Chrome for better performance.
Altogether, these enhancements combine to create a vastly improved and simplified social media experience.
Check out this short video to see what MultiMi is all about or download MultiMi for free and experience it for yourself. And then please let me know what you think either below, on Twitter, or Facebook.