Do you use your own Android phone at work? These 10 apps go the distance between home and office.
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Unless you've shunned social media altogether, odds are you check and update your accounts from your phone. That can be a bit of a juggling act with the vast number of sites these days. It can become downright treacherous if you handle separate accounts for your personal and professional lives from the same device, not an uncommon task these days in businesses small and large. The wrong personal tweet on a professional account could turn ugly quick.
The short history of social media has already supplied a robust list of painful examples. A social media management tool like Hootsuite can help keep things in order and keep you out of hot water, though it's no replacement for common sense. If you use your phone for social activities at home and at work, the Android app is a must.
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