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Along the bottom of the screen, sample tweets pop up to give a glimpse as to what these tweets look like. You can check out your favorite subreddits, leave comments on submissions, upvote, downvote, send private messages to redditors, and submit your own links.
If you’re professionally into social media, Feather Duster is a really cool way to visualize trends and how they’re relating to one another. It’s an Android port, so you can't submit stories from the system-wide Share menu, but it’s otherwise fully functional.
Untappd is a social network for avid beer-drinkers.
You can find your favorite brews, rate them, add friends, and give them a virtual cheers to whatever they’re drinking.
There’s full support for emoticons and organizing users into groups.
The favorites section is automatically populated by contacts identified on your device by phone number to be Whats App users.
Over time, Untappd figures out your drinking habits and can suggest new beers that might be up your alley.
The user interface on Untappd is really sharp, and I find it's a great way to add a new twist on the same ol' getting drunk rigamarole.
Trapeez is a Tumblr client made by the same fine folks that made the Blaq client for Play Book.
The web version is very robust, and complements the mobile app nicely.
Keek is the kind of thing to check out if the idea of Vine seems interesting to you.
Locations can be attached to beers you’re checking into, so you can share your brews out to Foursquare too.
That location-awareness even lets you find bars that might have a particular favorite beverage in stock.
There are plenty of tools to help find people to follow, based on either popularity, subject, or curated suggestions right from Keek.