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MultiMi: Social Media Organization And Sharing Tool

Zbang partnered with AVG has released a free, powerful social media organization and sharing application called MultiMi for Windows, which makes sharing and socializing across your email accounts and social networks a breeze. That is, with MultiMi, you can manage your online life seamlessly.

MultiMi collects all your accounts and networks so you can connect with friends and family, send and receive mail, surf the web, and share pics, vids and files simply by dragging and dropping. It leaves multiple logins and switching between browser tabs behind.



It is very easy to use and setup. Just install MultiMi, connect to your email accounts and social networks, and you're good to go.


MultiMi also features AVG LinkScanner, which automatically checks links exchanged through social media like Facebook and Twitter in real time.

You can download MultiMi free at source here.

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