Here’s a fun and safe way of doing your Facebook activities even when your computer is offline. Dubbed SocialSafe, this desktop app lets you manage your Facebook photos, tagged photos, profile information and friends’ contact details. It’s really an app for heavy Facebook users particularly those who can’t seem to get enough of their day without checking their Facebook accounts.Essentialy SocialSafe is not only a tool to manage your Facebook account but also serve as a back-up of your Facebook profile and activities. SocialSafe gives you that peace of mind, knowing that you can now access your Facebook account even if you’re in a place where there is not Internet connection.
Benefits of Social Safe
SocialSafe is a paid application but don’t be discourage by its relatively cheap price ($2,99) It’s more than worth the benefits that you’re going to get if you use SocialSafe. And these benefits are:
- Photo collation – SocialSafe lets you download all your profile and album photos as well as your tagged photos all at the same time
- Data backup – SocialSafe lets you store and access your important Facebook data on your own compute. This data include friends that were linked to your original profile.
From the words of SocialSafe’s Julian Ranger:
“Facebook rightly encourages its users to look after their own data. Facebook is an outstanding social network and over 250 million of us use it. However, data losses can happen, accounts can be hacked and users do choose to stop using their accounts. Currently, there is no specific Facebook owned facility to enable users to save and manage their variety of Facebook data offline. SocialSafe meets this requirement.”
SocialSafe is an Adobe AIR application and I would have to say that it is a pretty robust app. It runs fast and smoothly and would immediately and quickly transfer your Facebook data to your computer in a snap.
If you want to try SocialSafe we’re giving away promo codes that you can use to get a license copy of the app. I will send the promo code via email. All we ask from you is to link to this blog post if ever you decide to write about SocialSafe.