KloutScore is an iPhone app that provides an easy way to keep track of Klout Scores for yourself and the people you are interested in. In addition to your score number, you will also be given a description of what your score means as well as see lists of Twitter users you influence and who you're influenced by.
Before we jump into the details of the app, let's address a question that is probably on many of your minds -- what the heck is Klout? Klout is service that analyzes your activity and influence on Facebook and Twitter and gives you a score based on the size of your network, the content you create, and how other people interact with that content.
You can find out all kinds of interesting information about your social influence on klout.com, including your score, your influential topics, the number of mentions you've received on Twitter, the number of likes you've got on Facebook, and fancy graphs that chart your history, but KloutScore for iPhone is a great way to quickly check your score and also find a description about your score.
Klout consists of one main screen. At the top you'll see your avatar and score with a brief description. Underneath that, you'll discover your title, like "broadcaster" or "conversationalist" and an explanation about what that title means.
As you scroll through the page, you'll see a list of people you influence, followed by a list of people you are influence by. You can also tap on any of these users to see their score, title and influences. KloutScore also allows you to view any profile on klout.com or Twitter.
And that's KloutScore in a nutshell!
- Aesthetically pleasing design
- See title and description
- List of people you influence
- List of people you're influenced by
- View on Twitter or klout.com
- Doesn't show influential topics
- No graphs to chart score changes
The bottom line
KloutScore is the perfect app for quickly checking your score on Klout and finding out who you influence and who influences you. This isn't an app that's meant to blow your mind, but to have fun. Once you pick this one up, let us know what your Klout score is, share your Twitter handle, and see if your score goes up!