Best of Social Media Tools Chrome Apps

Discover and download great Social Media Tools apps for Chrome.

October 1st, 2018

Pablo 2.0 by Buffer

Create beautiful images to fit all social networks perfectly

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Stuart Logan- CEO, Twine: marketplace of creatives
If you want it for social, use Pablo. Simple and effective.
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Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I know you're looking for videos, but Pablo is amazing for creating images. I suppose you could always string them together for a video. ☺️
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Veronica Belmont- Destroyer of Worlds (and PM at Disco)
I use Pablo a ton, and I really love that it adds a beautifully designed visual element to my posts. It's extremely easy to use.
18 Alternatives to Pablo 2.0 by Buffer

Facebook friends feed

Facebook with stories only by friends and pages you follow

The Next Web
A Chrome extension from serial dev Juraj Ivan has just gone live on Product Hunt with the goal of getting rid of any unwanted Facebook posts by filtering to only show posts by your friends and updates from pages you follow. It means you won't see any other posts, including ads, unless you follow a particular brand.
Lifehacker
Chrome/Safari: Facebook loves to show you a ton of information you don't care about. The worst offender of this is the "so-and-so liked some article" post that has nothing to do with your friend or pages you follow. Facebook Friends Feed gets rid of those posts for a cleaner feed.
5 Alternatives to Facebook friends feed

Twitter Lists Redux is a Chrome extension to help you make more effective use of Twitter using Lists.

Normally, Twitter Lists are hidden and awkward to use, but Lists Redux brings them out front so you can access them from your sidebar and add people to lists from their hover card.

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Tomi- 🔧🚀✨
Must have if you enjoy using Twitter but find lists too awkward to use!
10 Alternatives to Twitter Lists Redux

Flatbook for Google Chrome is the way you can see things posted on Facebook, that you actually want to see by filtering your posts. This extension allows you to have the experience you want to experience without going to the official Facebook.

Lifehacker
Chrome: Flatbook (formerly Facebook Flat) has been around for a while, but when the dev tipped us off to some changes he was making to it, we took another look. Sure enough, it looks great, and strips Facebook of a lot of the cruft that makes it difficult to navigate.
6 Alternatives to Flatbook for Google Chrome
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