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Monday, 15 August 2011

Finally Apple's App department has approved the app that everyone in the social media industry has been talking about. An integration utility from the software giant Benchmark submitted nearly eighteen months ago has just been granted approval by Apples stringent vetting process and should see itself in the App store within the next few weeks.

Given the popularity of Facebook, Twitter and YouTube it was only a matter of time before someone came up with an app that would be able to integrate all of the users social interactions into one handy App.

But will Google+ users be left out in the cold? Benchmark's media liaison representative, Nancy Testerburger, had this to say at the launch party held in a swanky LA club earlier this week:

"While G+ (Google plus) has seen a large initial uptake they are not as yet seen as a threat to Facebook, which has been seen as the dominant power in social media interaction since sealing the death of My Space. We (Benchmark) will not be integrating it in the near future but as social media is all about constant change our position may change".

Initially it is estimated the application will be $0.99 for the pro version, however there will be an advertising supported free version available. Keep a lookout for "YouTwitFace" arriving at the Apple App store soon.

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