INQ Mobile Android Overlay SO.HO Comes Out Of Beta, Adds Fourth Feed

Facebook Home isn’t the only player in the Android launcher game, as INQ Mobile announced Tuesday that its SO.HO is out of beta, and that it added a fourth feed to join Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, featuring rich media from all three of those social networks.

SoHoLoginWithFacebookFacebook Home isn’t the only player in the Android launcher game, as INQ Mobile announced Tuesday that its SO.HO is out of beta, and that it added a fourth feed to join Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, featuring rich media from all three of those social networks.

INQ Mobile introduced SO.HO in March with Facebook and Twitter feeds, and Instagram joined the mix in May.

SO.HO users can view posts and images, tweet, like, update their statuses, check in, and comment directly from their home screens, and the new feed offers photos, videos, and links from Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

The Android launcher application is available free-of-charge, and it supports Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 and above.

INQ Mobile Co-Founder and CEO Ken Johnstone said in a release announcing the news:

We know that sometimes you don’t have time to check what’s happening across all your social networks, so we’ve added the SO.HO feed, a place where you can see the latest videos, pictures, and links shared from all your friends across Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Of course, we’ve kept the individual Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds, too. Whatever you want to see, with SO.HO, it’s just a tap away.

Readers: Do you use SO.HO, Home, or similar Android overlays?

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