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Monday Poll: Social Media App You Spend the Most Time In?

Social media platforms have essentially taken over the world in the last few years. Almost everyone you know has probably been on Facebook at some point, but the reach of services like Twitter and Google+ seems to be growing by the second as well. They are a way for you to reconnect with long lost friends, get closer to your current group, share your life, find news (or deals or happenings), and more. While some still try their hardest to avoid them, we want to know which of them you use the most. Is it still Facebook? Are you a master of all things Twitter? Or have you shunned the old standards for something new?

Social Media App You Spend the Most Time In?

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  • nong6000

    Google+ is the best so far

  • Raven

    I rarely post anything myself, but I guess I do read family and close friends status updates on Facebook occasionally. I use Friendcaster on my tablet which has a nice set of filters that are easy to apply and dramatically cut down the signal to noise ratio.  I can’t remember the last time I actually logged into a “Social Media” web site though.

    I have accounts on all of the above because I like to “claim my name”, but I rarely use any of them.  I just don’t get Twitter and Instagram is a joke.  I would like Google+, but only a few of my techier friends are on there and they rarely post anything either.

  • tonysam1

    facebook….. unfortunately

  • Mark Boyd

    Does XDA count?

  • Picaim Inc.

    NEW SOCIAL NETWORK FOR ANDROID – Picaim

    Picaim is a project that aims to become a social network to see and share things that are happening in your city and in the world.
    The service is based on sharing geo-located photos of things that are happening in your city.

    The great idea is that photos can not be sent by the computer, just for mobile devices, and only at the moment they were captured. This measure helps prevent false information inserted in the social network.

    This means, you see what is happening, what the person who took the photo has to say, and where that is happening at the moment what is happening.
    You can see content classified by what is happening in your city.

    Also you can post anonymously, if you wish to protect their identity to share with the world.

    Anyone can see what is happening in your city on our web site, without registration or application for mobile.

    The project was launched this week, still has very few users, and we are asking for help to all who possess an android phone, just download the application, test and share with friends in your city.

    To check out the project, visit:
    http://www.picaim.com

    The application for Android already available in the market!

    Help us to share with the twitter hashtag: #PicaimForAndroid

    OBS.: If you can not take the picture because of the gps location, try again in an open environment.

  • CapnShiner

    I wasn’t sure how to vote because I use TweetDeck for both Facebook and Twitter feeds, so I chose other. For the things that just don’t work right for Facebook within TweetDeck, I open the Facebook app or use my computer.

  • http://www.theprogrocker.com/ John

    So do you guys have a myspace?

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AR6HpRLyzMY Walter Sobchak

    I choose other…… write in – Droid life

    I had pizza for dinner.
    Look at these retro pictures of my dog.
    “Meaningful cliche quote”

    There, that outta get the ball rolling.

  • Granted

    Loving that new intrusive nagware ad that pops up at the bottom of the Droid Life main page.