Enrich Internet Experience With Somoto Toolbar
Web is all about getting connected with others and staying updated about latest trends. Will not be it great to receive all social notifications and latest news and much more without even opening any website? Yes, it’s possible, thanks to a new toolbar from Somoto. It is social toolbar for Internet Explorer and Firefox browser users. Somoto Toolbar gives live notification from Social networks Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and it has many more features to make internet experience more enjoyable.
Social Network Integration
Facebook user likes to get access to latest updates, messages, profile in one click. Somoto toolbar has shortcut to frequently accessed Facebook links. Read status updates of friends, post status update and share any website on Facebook easily from the toolbar.You can make Facebook status more attractive by using smiley.
Twitter users can read latest tweets and update post to Twitter easily. Google+ and Blogspot users can also stay updated using the toolbar.
News, Finance and Sports
Somoto toolbar keeps you updated from the field of News, Finance and Sports. Get instant news update from Google news, Yahoo news, BBC, CNN etc without visiting any site.
Sports loves will like to get latest updates, so it gives one click access to ESPN, Yahoo sports and much more. If you are interested in finance then you will be happy to know that it can show livestock update and all latest news from Yahoo finance. Search anything in the internet directly from the search box of the toolbar.
Kill boredom with funny online games, listen to live Radio stations and watch top YouTube videos directly from the toolbar. Keep yourself updated about current weather condition.
Instant Email notification
It supports popular email service providers like Gmail, Yahoo mail, Hotmail, so from now you don’t need to open mail box frequently to check new emails. New email notification will be received in the toolbar. Is not that’s great?
Somoto Toolbar enriches internet experience and saves a lot of time.
Is it available for safari (mac) I cannot find it anywhere
The toolbar only works with Firefox and Internet Explorer.
Somoto worked fine for me. Recommend.