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Everywhere you look, you see it. In a movie theater, a restaurant, on a sidewalk, in a car, people everywhere tapping away on their smartphones, totally engrossed in the gadget. Seriously, how many times have you seen someone walk into a mailbox, another person or a light pole, walk across the street without lifting their head, or even worse try to drive while texting. Eh gads! Our lives now revolve around and through our electronic connection to the world.
As humans, we are compelled to share, socialize and gather together. Technology has opened a new window for this sharing, allowing us to reach out to more people in more locations than ever before. It's not uncommon to now have friends across the globe with whom we regularly communicate, but have never actually met. We can share experiences, stories, challenges and hopefully gain positive feedback and better insight into ourselves and our world.
While this new avenue for connecting began with our PCs and laptops, it has definitely taken off with the portability of mobile technology. We now live in an "always on" society, instantly updating our status, checking email, sharing photos, or catching up with friends. Software developers have provided a vast array of options for connecting to our networks. In this slideshow, we have pulled together a variety of social apps that help keep you connected with friends, coworkers and the world.
Talon for Twitter
Get fully immersed in Twitter with Talon for Twitter. This app was created with Android 4.4 (KitKat) in mind, but will work with earlier versions of Android. Features include support for live streaming, support for up to two accounts, the ability to view your timelines and attach locations to your tweets, as well as updating your profile picture, banner and user description.
Requires: Android 4.0 and up
Cost: $1.99
Flipboard
Flipboard gives you news and updates from around the world — all in one place. Catch up on everything from your favorite teams to the latest in tech or design. Read stories and browse articles, videos and photos friends are sharing. To begin, pick a few interests and tap any of the tiles to begin flipping through your personal magazine.
Requires: Android – varies
Cost: Free
ProBoards
Join the ProBoards community to explore and interact with thousands of forums, ranging over a variety of topics and interests. You can browse the forum directory, add favorites and visit a multitude of unique and engaging forums in an easy to read, easy to manage environment. View the newest topics from a forum in one simple location. Easily create new topics and reply to existing ones. Send and receive personal messages. Bookmark your favorite topics for later viewing. Add images to posts directly from your phone -- and most importantly, have fun!
Requires: Android 2.0 and up
Costs:  $2.99
Pocket
Use Pocket to easily save articles, videos, and other Web content for later. With Pocket, all your items go to one place, so you can view, organize and share them anytime, on any device, even offline. Don’t lose track of the interesting things you find by emailing yourself links, keeping a long list of bookmarks, or simply letting tabs pile up in your browser for later. Just save them to Pocket, and they’ll be ready whenever you are.
Requires: Android 2.3 and up
Cost: Free
Cluster
Cluster makes it possible to create private spaces where you share photos and memories with the people you care about. Create your own space with family, a group of friends, coworkers, people from your home town, or anyone else.
Requires: Android 4.0 and up
Cost: Free
Lumiya
Lumiya is a Second Life and OpenSim client with 3D world view. With Lumiya, you can send and receive instant messages, teleport to your favorite Second Life locations, participate in local chat, interact with objects, manage your inventory, see and navigate the virtual world around you in 3D.
Runs entirely on the phone, no special in-world objects are required. No hidden subscription fees. Lumiya supports mesh content, server-side appearance and is compatible with RLV.
Requires: Android 2.3 and up
Cost: $2.95
LinkedIn
Opportunity is always within reach with the LinkedIn app for Android. This app makes it even easier to build your personal brand, make connections, stay informed with personalized news, and more – right in your feed.
Requires: Android – varies
Cost: Free
Sliding Messaging Pro
Sliding Messaging Pro allows you to easily manage text messages in a new and up-to-date format compliant with the Android design guidelines and visually based on the stock messaging app from Google. Features include the ability to easily switch between conversations by dragging out the sliding menu on the left side of the screen, starting a new conversation by sliding out the menu on the right side of the screen, managing old messages, choosing from 10 different themes or making your own from scratch, Emoji support (1300+ to choose from), and Google Voice support.
Requires: Android 4.0 and up
Costs: $1.99
Spotify Music
Spotify is now free on mobile and tablet. Listen to the right music, wherever you are. With Spotify, you have access to a world of music. You can listen to artists and albums, or create your own playlist of your favorite songs. Want to discover new music? Choose a ready-made playlist that suits your mood or get personalized recommendations.
Requires: Android 2.3 and up
Cost: Free
Tango Messenger
Tango is a free messaging service that allows you to connect, get social and have fun with those who matter most to you. Send text messages, make video and voice calls, share photos, meet new friends, play games, send music messages powered by Spotify and more.
Requires: Android – varies
Cost: Free
TweetCaster Pro for Twitter
TweetCaster Pro is optimized for both phones and tablets and allows you to manage and post to multiple Twitter accounts. You can also simultaneously post to Twitter and Facebook. You can get notified of new tweets, mentions, messages, or by specific user. Notifications are expandable and actionable on Android 4.1+. Other features include the ability to add filters, effects and captions to photos as you upload them, zipping annoying tweeters or keywords from your timeline without unfollowing, twelve colorful themes, syncing between multiple devices, and scheduling tweets to send later.
TweetCaster - Free
Requires: Android 2.2 and up
Cost: $4.99
Textfree
With Textfree, you get a free real phone number and are able to send unlimited free texts, plus get free unlimited incoming calls from anyone, anywhere in the world. It’s the original free texting app that you can use with Wi-Fi. Incoming calls from anyone, anywhere in the world are always free. Plus make free or cheap calls to anyone in the U.S. and Canada. You get 10 free minutes to start. Earn minutes for additional free outbound calls.
Requires: Android – varies
Cost: Free
iLoader for Facebook
iLoader allows you to batch upload photos and videos to Facebook. Features include adding captions and tagging friends, rotating and cropping images, adjusting image quality and adding text and photo effects.
Requires: Android 2.3 and up
Cost: $1.99
We Heart It
Discover inspiration and images you love every day. We Heart It is the place to find the most beautiful images of everything you love, inspired by millions of people from around the world. Save a collection of quotes, view pictures that match your mood, find images for an art or fashion collage, upload your top inspirations from your photo gallery, and get updated on news through images of the latest styles, for free.
Requires: Android 2.3.3 and up
Cost: Free
Swarm
Swarm, the new app from Foursquare, is the fastest way to keep up and meet up with your friends. With Swarm, you can easily see who’s out nearby and who wants to hang out later. Want to meet up with friends? Quickly open up the app to see who is out nearby. Want to share what you’re doing? Checking in is faster and more fun than ever. Got an idea for something fun to do? Easily message all of your nearby friends.
Requires: Android 2.3.3 and up
Cost: Free

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