Social networks are fast becoming a staple of our modern day lives. From likes to followers, to flattr’ing and pinning. Social networks have, in recent years, ultimately gone on to define the way in which we choose to interact with our target audience.
And if, like me, you find yourself spending an ever-increasing amount of time on them, the chances are you may find indie developer Jayson Lane’s new iOS offering – useful.
Static for iPhone is designed to quickly and easily show you your personal social impact on the social networks you’ve already signed up to and have accounts for. With full support for Google Analytics, alongside other popular social services, such as: Twitter, Instagram, Dribbble and Github, the app is designed to ‘monitor the pulse’ of the accounts you add, giving you a brief but concise overview of which social networks are returning the most engagement from the people you’re trying to reach.
For each of the accounts you link up to Static, the client will show you a live-updating count of the views, followers, or likes, you have so far received.
Consider it an all-in-one look at your personal impact on your social circles — and it really couldn’t be simpler. Taking advantage of large fonts for ease of readability and using different pastel shades to differentiate between the social networks you are tracking, Static for iPhone will set you back $0.99.
The only snag? – It doesn’t support Facebook (yet).