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March 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today
Inq Mobile announce the release of SO.HO, bringing your Facebook and Twitter feeds to life visually on the homescreen of your Android device.
Just unlock your phone and you can switch easily between your Twitter and Facebook feeds without having to dive in and out of different apps, making it faster to get to what you want and ensuring you never miss what's going on. SO.HO also makes sure the functionality you care about is right where you need it so you can tweet, update your status, like and comment direct from your homescreen. And as it's a launcher, it allows you to experience a rich, full screen version of your social networks.
To get started, download SO.HO from the Google Play store here:
"We're really excited about SO.HO and the easy access it gives you to a full screen Facebook and Twitter experience, pulling you directly into your social world as soon as you unlock your phone," said
Ken Johnstone, CEO and co-founder of Inq. "And as we add other social networks over the next few months, SO.HO will make it even easier to access and control the things you love directly from your homescreen."
Pricing and AvailabilitySO.HO (BETA version) for Android is available for free download at the Google Play Store. SO.HO works with all Android devices with ICS 4.0 and above and is optimized for smartphone.
For more information please contact the Inq press office:Anders SteeleFortyThree, Inc.831.401.3175
firstname.lastname@example.orgMade by Inq Inq is an award winning Social Mobile company with a reputation for innovating with social networks. We've taken our unique experience of building Android smartphones and working closely with social networks to power SO.HO. To find out more about Inq and our products visit
www.inqmobile.com or follow us on Twitter @inqmobile.
SOURCE Inq Mobile