LUBBOCK, Texas, March 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Hudld brings Facebook and Twitter streams into one fully featured iPhone application built with a combination of speed, usability, and privacy at its core. Without sacrificing features, and supplying a robust system for posting to and managing up to 60 total accounts simultaneously, Hudld supplies its users with the power to fully manage their social networking lives more efficiently.
According to head of the startup for Hudld, Brian Ash, "This is the only logical next step in the evolution of social networking client applications. With the growing number of social services, mobile users, and customers juggling many different accounts and services, a centralized hub for this activity is almost unavoidable to keep social networking conducive to its purpose."
He goes on to say that "Without some innovation geared towards governing this activity over the various networks, we will not outgrow social networking, it will outgrow us to the point that so much of our activity is spread over various accounts, ever growing services and many more users coming in on a daily basis, that we could no longer follow along in any uniform time line or be able to mange or digest them efficiently. Especially on smaller personal devices where time, speed and usability grow increasingly more important to the end user."
Lending some credibility to this forward looking theory, we see that over 82% of U.S. Adults are active cell phone users, and possibly more important is the fact that social networking activity accounts for 50%+ of all mobile Internet traffic in the majority of developed markets. With the "trend" of social networking seeing a massive influx of growth to the tune of Facebook and Twitter's combined user accounts reaching over 1 Billion, and a good mix of consumers employing both services, it is evident that the "social ecosystem" is growing at a dizzying pace and rapidly going mobile.
The mobile phone has long been a way to keep you connected. Now with the evolution of the smartphone and the popularity of social networking, it seems only fitting that Hudld create a landscape for a more uniform approach to managing and keeping track of our social presence within the confines of these elaborate services.