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Our sponsor this week is MenuTab Pro for Facebook, a great way to access Facebook right from your Mac’s menubar. It’s the Facebook that millions use on their Macs to check their profile, news feed, photos, groups and much more without having to open a web browser.
MenuTab Pro for Facebook gives you access to the mobile Facebook site from your menubar, which is a great way to keep up with what’s going on without having to take up all of your desktop. With color-coded notifications and quick options for posting status updates and more, it might be all you’d ever need. The nice thing is, MenuTab Pro also lets you switch to the full desktop Facebook site if you’d like, including full chat support with desktop notification integration so you’ll never miss out on your Facebook conversations.
MenuTab Pro for Facebook feels right at home on your Mac. You can access it anytime from your menubar with your mouse or keyboard shortcuts, resize the window to just the size you want, navigate with multi-touch gestures, and make sure your posts sound perfect with integrated spellcheck. It’s the app you need to stay on top of Facebook from your Mac desktop.
Go Get It!
If you’ve been wanting a better way to quickly stay on top of your Facebook account from your Mac, MenuTab for Facebook is an app you should definitely try out. Right now, you can get MenuTab Pro for Facebook for just $1.99 in the App Store, 33% off its normal price. It includes all of MenuTab Pro for Facebook’s great features, and promises new free updates coming soon!
On December 8 of last year, TweetDeck, one of the most popular multi-platform Twitter clients was relaunched as part of a redesign by Twitter. The new TweetDeck featured an interface similar to the old version, only with less features and less customization possibilities. The new version certainly hasn’t gone down well with users; as of early this month the app has only managed to snag a 2-star rating in the Mac App Store and judging by the reviews left, many users feel that this “upgrade” was really more of a “downgrade”.
Let’s take a look at the new version of TweetDeck to see whether it really lives up to all those mediocre reviews.