Spottlife, an app that aims to simplify your social networking by combining Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Google+ feeds, briefly launched on the App Store this morning.
The iOS app appears to have gone live and then been taken down, but the details on Appshopper show that it will organise the user’s social networks into categories such as “food and drink”, “gaming” and “TV”. Users can then see the updates from the four services that relate to each topic, view the source, comment, like or expand an image. The app also allows users to post to all four social networks in one.
“We want to help you save time, and also find the things that interests you from all your networks in one place instead of sifting through all the clutter on every network separately,” the company explained. “We think that the social networking world has gotten too complicated, and we want to make it simple again.”