“There’s an app for that.”
So it is with Mac users. The growing number of apps available on the Mac App Store point to the same phenomenon. We live in an app crazed world. Here’s another example.
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My Mac has become so cluttered with Menubar apps and utilities that I need another utility just to manage those that reside in the Menubar.
Are you on Facebook? What does it take to post an update or a photo to Facebook? For Mac users all you need is a web browser pointed to Facebook.
From within any Safari, Chrome, or Firefox browser tab you can log into Facebook and update until the cows come home and leave again.
Or, you can save a couple of clicks and use Moment.
How is Moment better than using a web browser tab to use Facebook? It’s not. But it is more convenient. Think drag and drop to upload photos to Facebook.
For example, click Moment in the Menubar.
That single click in the Menubar invokes Moment’s Facebook always on feature so you can read recent posts, update your wall, and do other Facebookie things.
What about photos? That’s even easier, thanks to drag and drop.
Grab a photo and drag it to the Moment icon in the Mac’s Menubar.
Drag and drop photos, video clips, links and status updates right to your Facebook timeline. Moment also uses Notification Center in OS X so you get quick notices of changes to Facebook.
Is using Moment better than using Facebook in a browser window? No. Facebook has many more features, but convenience isn’t one of them. If you’re tethered to your Mac you’ll want a fast and easy way to check Facebook, upload photos and videos, and keep updated. That’s what Moment does.
Moment isn’t free, but it could be worth a couple of bucks to your help improve your workflow.