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Fuse for iPhone manages your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn accounts all in one place

Fuse for iPhone manages your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn accounts all in one place

Fuse for iPhone aims to make managing your social life just a little bit easier by combining your social feeds into one easy to read timeline. With support for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn, Fuse makes for a great way to catch up with all your friend's activities quickly and without the need for toggling between apps.

Aside from being able to just browse through your social accounts, you can also interact with posts in several ways as well as post new ones, view and reply to private messages, and more. For those looking for more information on Twitter posts such as retweet count and favorites, Fuse integrates these features as well. Fuse also has a section designated for searches, saving them, and popular sections for both Instagram and Twitter.

While Fuse can't completely replace all the features each individual social network and their respective apps offer, it can save you a lot of time when you'd rather lightly browse instead of become immersed in any one network. Fuse comes with Twitter and Facebook integration for free. If you'd like to connect your LinkedIn and Instagram accounts, those will cost you an extra $0.99 each by way of in-app purchase.

If you happen to give Fuse a try, let us know what you think 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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Srsly? No scroll to top? That's a pretty big pet peeve of mine when it comes to iOS apps. I should be able to click the banner and get back to the top of the screen. In any app. Period.

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Just tap the time at the top and it will go to the top. This works with pretty much every iOS app that i have ever used.

Stupid reply! Obviously he knows how to do it as he's moaning the function is not in the App!!

I'm moaning as well about it!

It allows you to choose where you post. When you click to post of you scroll to the bottom of the status update it asks where you want to share it. It's a cool app

Not as intuitive as I'd like, and it seems to lack a retweet and share function, but I guess that's because it wants to be simple.

Also wish they would have just charged $2.00 for the app instead of adding the in app purchases.

There's a copy and share button both in there. The share button looks like an open in another app button. The square with an arrow.

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I love the app so much that I bought the instagram add-on. And what do you know I can play instagram videos with no problems! I can also save photos from instagram. I'm running ios 7 and this app looks like it's ios 7 ready. The only negative comment is that scrolling down on feeds tend to be choppy, please make it smooth on the next update. Other than that great app!

Weird, for swimmingly no reason at all clicking the banner takes me back to the top of the page now. I'm happy about it, just weird that randomly started working that way.

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Currently I can't respond to DM's and FB chats. Won't let me enter text. Other than that I'm really liking the app. Very clean and easy to read, not too cluttered. Very clear which post is coming from which Social Media account.

Unless I'm mistaken, I have to give the app permission to post to my FB wall/friends autonomously or I get random errors. I'm not prepared to give that permission, so that is a deal breaker for me.

I'm happy to be corrected. :)

You'll be happy then! Facebook's notification requests are a bit odd, and the community is actually asking for them to be changed. When it says it wants Fuse to be able to post to your wall, it is not speaking about autonomously. It means when you post a status in Fuse, Facebook allows that post to actually appear on your wall. Technically, that post was made by the Fuse Facebook app (in your name).