Best social apps for power networkers: IFTTT, Buffer, Drafts, and more!

Best social metrics apps for iPhone: IFTTT, Buffer, Drafts, and more!

Whether you want to track followers, track links, or queue posts - these are the very best social metric apps for iPhone!

Looking for the best iPhone apps to really up your social networking? Whether you're simply out to engage with more people or if its your job to manage social media for a company large or small, seeing who unfollowed you on Twitter, monitoring user engagement on Facebook, scheduling and automating posting and cross-posting, can be incredibly valuable. Luckily there are a lot of apps on the App Store that can help you out. But which ones are the very best?

IFTTT

Best social metrics apps for iPhone: IFTTT

IFTTT lets you creation actions they call formulas for pretty much anything you'd like. Authorize it to have access to all the things social and you're good to go. Want photos to automatically upload to your Twitter? No problem. Want every post you make on App.net to feed into Twitter? IFTTT can do that too.

If you want social actions, there's none other than IFTTT.

Buffer

Best social metrics apps for iPhone: Buffer

Buffer lets you queue up posts for App.net, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and more. You can share the same post across many networks or just schedule specific ones. It's a great tool for businesses and marketing professionals so they make sure tweets and other kinds of social posts go up at regular intervals.

For bulk scheduling and management, Buffer is a great choice at an extremely reasonable subscription cost.

Hootsuite

Best social metrics apps for iPhone: Hootsuite

Hootsuite is a complete social management app that lets you not only schedule tweets and posts to other social networks, you can use their official ow.ly link shortener and track stats and metrics. Hootsuite currently offers support and stats for Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Foursquare . You can monitor up to 5 social media accounts for free.

If you post a lot of links and want to monitor them closely, Hootsuite is one of the most convenient options.

Drafts

Best social metrics apps for iPhone: Drafts

Drafts may only be a text editor but it's an extremely powerful one. Not only can you send clippings to almost any note and text editor available for iPhone, you can also post to just about every social network on the planet. Drafts also supports Markdown which makes links much easier to manage and insert. There may not be any integrated metrics but if you're looking for versatility, control, and custom actions, you'll get it with drafts.

For social actions galore combined with a powerful text editor, check out Drafts.

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Find Unfollowers

Best social metrics apps for iPhone: Fund Unfollowers

Fund Unfollowers helps you track not only people that unfollow you, but lets you keep up with new followers as well. If you choose to pay a couple bucks as an in-app purchase you can get even more powerful features in the form of spam filters and easy cleanup tools for Twitter. You can unfollow people based on lots of different criteria such as if they never interact with you, post too often, or have an egg as their profile photo.

If you want a quick and easy way to clean out and manage Twitter, Find Unfollowers is an epic choice.

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Your picks?

If you monitor stats and metrics on social accounts, what apps have you find to help you the most and why? Do you use any of the above apps or did you pick something else? Let me know in the comments!

Allyson Kazmucha

Help and how to editor for iMore. I can take apart an iPhone in less than 6 minutes. I also like coffee and Harry Potter more than anyone really should.

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