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EasyPost 1.0 Review

Share links across social networks with this easy-to-use app.

With so many social network sites to keep up with, it can be a hassle to have to log in to each one to share an article or video. The aptly named EasyPost solves this problem by creating a one stop shop for sharing on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and via e-mail. Its simple but convenient navigation will make it a permanent fixture on your iPhone.

EasyPost opens with an attractive and easy-to-use interface that consists of four blocks representing Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, or your e-mail. That's it -- easy enough. The app does require you to enter your username and password info for your Twitter and Facebook accounts in your iPhone's Settings menu. As for Reddit, you can log in directly in the same window you use to share a post. We tapped the Facebook block and a window popped up that allowed us to post directly to Facebook as usual, and our post appeared in our profile without any issues. Likewise, we were able to post directly to our Twitter account, and our Reddit posts appeared without a hitch, as well. The E-mail feature taps into your iPhone's own e-mail capability, so you'll be familiar with the process there. The app doesn't offer a help feature, but it's so straightforward to use that we doubt you'll need any help.

EasyPost offers an easy way to share your favorite links from the Web. We highly recommend it to all users.

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