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Buffer: Social Media, Twitter

Buffer: Social Media, Twitter


Buffer is the easiest way to share on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and App.net.

Schedule your updates to post at optimal times, whether you're around or not. Build up a queue of awesome content to share with your friends and followers, and followup on your posts with Buffer's straightforward analytics to see which posts performed best.

Buffer works from news apps like Flipboard, Zite, Taptu, TweetDeck, Evernote, Pocket, Instapaper, Pulse, Feedly, UberSocial, Plume, Seesmic, Google Currents and almost all other reader apps. You also get Twitter analytics, Facebook analytics & LinkedIn stats.

Recent changes:
If you have problems, email us [email protected]! We love to help!

3.6.5
- Fixed issue with editing updates
- Improved error message handling for failed updates
- Fixed issue with Rebuffer :)

3.6.4
- Improved native retweet support :)

3.6.3
- UI improvements
- Rebuffer posts from Analytics section
- Awesome users will no longer get prompted to upgrade to the Awesome plan
- Fix for profile selection issue when sharing from external app
- Fixes for your favorite bugs :)
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About Buffer: Social Media, Twitter
Buffer is the easiest way to share on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and App.net.

Schedule your updates to post at optimal times, whether you're around or not. Build up a queue of awesome content to share with your friends and followers, and followup on your posts with Buffer's straightforward analytics to see which posts performed best.

Buffer works from news apps like Flipboard, Zite, Taptu, TweetDeck, Evernote, Pocket, Instapaper, Pulse, Feedly, UberSocial, Plume, Seesmic, Google Currents and almost all other reader apps. You also get Twitter analytics, Facebook analytics & LinkedIn stats.

Recent changes:
If you have problems, email us [email protected]! We love to help!

3.6.5
- Fixed issue with editing updates
- Improved error message handling for failed updates
- Fixed issue with Rebuffer :)

3.6.4
- Improved native retweet support :)

3.6.3
- UI improvements
- Rebuffer posts from Analytics section
- Awesome users will no longer get prompted to upgrade to the Awesome plan
- Fix for profile selection issue when sharing from external app
- Fixes for your favorite bugs :)

User reviews of Buffer: Social Media, Twitter
Comme dit TranslatorPhone : Buffer permet de publier sur plusieurs réseaux sociaux à heures fixes, et suivre les clicks sur ses posts. Ça depusi toute application pouvant afficher le bouton "Partager" :))
Dec 2, 2012
Very useful to post on schedule on many social network or simply taking track of clicks.
Oct 14, 2012
Loved it, but broke in last update. Not happy with the web changes either.
Sep 28, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
23 hours ago
Working from my phone is super easy 👌👍 I've never had any problems! Awesome app! 😊
A Google User
23 hours ago
Love it! I'd like more accounts available, but I don't want to pay, so this is as good as it gets on my phone. I have other options like grabinbox on my laptop.
A Google User
Yesterday 11:40 AM
Not Bad....
A Google User
Yesterday 11:28 AM
Good but... Sonetimes it lets me post photos only sometimes it requires me to write something.
A Google User
Yesterday 10:04 AM
Nice functionality! It's great to use, good UX and even the basic account is good enough for many individuals. Nice innovative idea. After long usage the only downside is the app scrolling which snaps back to the top of the buffer queue and doesn't allow one to view the whole queue conveniently. A traditional scrolling implementation would have been much better.