July 22, 2016 in Social Networking (F)
[prMac.com] Lewes, Delaware - Available today on the Apple App Store, Viralwoot 1.0.3 is the iOS app helping marketers, bloggers and brands to schedule Instagram and Pinterest posts, manage and promote Pinterest content, monitor Pinterest growth, increase their following and run influencer campaigns.
With an iOS mobile device, Viralwoot users can:
* Manage and monitor their account on-the-go
* Schedule Instagram and Pinterest posts
* Promote their Pinterest profile, boards, and pins to over 70,000 Pinterest users
* Gain marketing insight through Viralwoot's Pinterest Analytics
* Create posts directly from within the app
First released in 2013 as a simple desktop app, the company's CEO Gaurav Sharma said, "With this new release we offer a comprehensive Instagram and Pinterest tool targeted towards today's mobile generation." Over 70,000 marketers and businesses, including Buzzfeed, Alibaba, Shopify and Trivago, in 43 countries now use Viralwoot.
Viralwoot is currently available in English for free and requires iOS 8.0 or greater. It is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. With this app, users can schedule Instagram and Pinterest on the move from their iOS devices.
Viralwoot, a product of SLabs Technologies Pvt. Ltd., is a globally recognized Pinterest and Instagram marketing solution helping over 70,000 publishers, brands and agencies drive more revenue through its integral marketing tools and applications. For more information visit the Viralwoot website.
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 8.0 or later
* 10.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Viralwoot 1.0.3 is free, and is available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Social Networking category.
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