Editors' Note: The Download Now link will redirect to the extension page. To install the extension directly, click on the install button on the page.
Like its desktop counterpart, Yoono for Chrome lets you to access multiple social networking accounts all in one spot. With the capability to chat on AIM, Yahoo, and Live messenger while surfing your Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr accounts, this Chrome extension is a good choice for people who enjoy constant social updating.
The Web version also supports YouTube, LinkedIn, Friend Feed, and Google Talk. The interface is extremely similar to the desktop version; all of the functions for social Web browsing and Yoono's columns are the same as we had mentioned in our Yoono for Chrome review.
Its differences include the option to change Yoono's background color and a sharing feature where you can share an entire page or just a highlighted portion with your online buddies and updates.
Yoono for Chrome is different from the Firefox version because it does not have the added widgets feature. On a higher note, this version has the option of having a "floating" interface or a tabbed interface. The Firefox add-on only has a tabbed option, which can be inconvenient for some users.
Yoono is an easy to use extension for Chrome that helps you simplify by connecting you to Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Flickr, Friendfeed, AIM, Yahoo IM in one place. Update your status and share links, images and video from the page you're viewing across all your networks simultaneously.
What's new in this version:
Version 0.2.7.31 fixes Facebook comment display issue, LinkedIn connection issue, multi-column display saving, and resizing.