All Mac PowerPC users are well aware that when it comes to Social Networking our applications are limited. It’s hard to find something that might work well for Mac OS X Tiger. In fact it’s virtually possible to find options for the Mac OS X Leopard. I actually still prefer use a good old fashioned Browser, when it comes to searching for these types of media. But this post doesn’t end here, previously we mentioned some applications for Twitter and we got really great feedback from our readers and I wanted to share some more options with you here. the list starts with:
* Twit Menulet 8 (Demo $6.00) – PowerPC friendly 10.3 / 10.4 / 10.5 – http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/32331/twit-menulet – With this app it will allow you to check your tweets from a menu bar. Never was it so easy to keep Twitter on and check as many times you want. If anyone is running Panther, please let me know if it worked out for you!
I’m well aware that the Social Networking sites are growing somewhat tiresome, in this day and age. I fondly remember how cool it was when ICQ first came out. I’m sure I have a group of Atari players that remember those days too! Then MSN came along and took over everything. Now I sit here reflecting on 2012, and wondering if Facebook will be this popular 10 years from now. Anyways, this post is to review a different Social Network that I came across a few days ago and was wondering if any of MacPowerPC readers would be interested to join it. It’s called http://myapplespace.com, and it’s a social network specifically for Apple fans, collectors, users, etc. As long as you like any Apple product, this social network will fit you! I found the profile questionnaire very interesting as well as the user groups and forums for PPC Mac Owners or Classic Mac Users, etc. It works very similar to Facebook: You also can chat with your friends online and search for support and questions about Apple products. It’s totally free to join and I hope you guys like it.
These days it’s pretty normal for people to have apps to monitor what is happening on social network sites such as Facebook / Twitter / MySpace etc. Nobody wants to miss any status feed from their friends. So for those who use a PowerPc processor, we don’t have so many choices. So far I have only found : Yoono Desktop.
Yoono Desktop is a really good app and is easy to run and set up. Most importantly, is free and you can keep all your social network in one place, so you don’t waste your time checking multiple sites. Go to web-site and get this app, and start updating your own feeds, and stay connected with all your social networks