Best Entertainment Apps for Facebook
If you’re sick of Spotify and Pandora, Frogtoon is a Facebook-only music app that pulls YouTube videos and those from similar video sites into playlists you’re guaranteed to enjoy using the musicians you’ve liked on Facebook. However, you’re not only limited to music from just artist you’ve like on the social network. The capable app also recommends tunes from various genres, countries, eras, and more than 100 different music categories that span more than 600,00 artist listings. Moreover, you can also immediately share the tracks you’re listening to on Facebook, and view which artists your friends have liked.
There will always be a time and a place for a good mixtape, even if the cassette is neatly dead and gone. Songza assembles a digital mixtape based off your mood, acting as knowledgeable concierge tailored toward specific situations. Whereas Pandora acts allows you to build a playlist based on a particular song or artist, Songza showcases an assortment of popular scenarios based on the day of the week and time of day. For instance, a Monday evening playlist might offer a selection of songs fit for cooking, commuting, and working out. Plus, you can browse a diverse selection of categories if you can’t make up your mind.
One of this most popular apps for any platform, Tinder seamlessly links to your Facebook account, circulating your information and matching you with prospective romantic partners in your area. Once installed, you can anonymously select other Tinder users in your area you’d like to date. If someone happens to like you back, then the app will notify you of the mutual interest and allow you to message the individual. It’s more comfortable than other local dating platforms given the sheer level of privacy, but like any dating app reliant on Facebook, you should be careful what you put in your profile.
It’s not People magazine, but Lookbook.nu pro allows gawk at the latest styles and fashion directly through its Facebook app. The app uses user-generated galleries to showcase DIY fashion from people around the globe, providing a look at street-style fashion directly curated by the Facebook community. You can also share and “hype” the photos you love in addition to merely viewing them, and even look up the brand and items displayed in the photos for purchasing purposes. Hell, you can even filter images based on your desired sex.
Smartphone plans are essential, but they’re not exactly cheap. Fortunately, Viber is a freemium solution specifically designed for making calls and sending texts, photos, emoticons, and video messages over 3G or your local Wi-Fi network. You can even participate in groups of up 100 people, download stickers, and enable push notifications so you’ll never miss a message of call even when Viber is turned off. It’s available on Android and iOS platforms, with additional support available for both Windows and Mac OS X.