AVG and an Israeli startup Zbang launched the beta of "MultiMi," a free Windows desktop app that makes sharing and socializing across your email accounts and social networks a breeze. The app also help you in organizing and sharing content between multiple inboxes, social networks, calendars, and media albums.
You can chat, swap photos, update your status, check your inboxes and calendar… all in one safe place.
MultiMi like social media aggregators Inbox2, Threadsy or even Tweetdeck offers the user a look into multiple social media accounts at once. But it doesn't just organize multiple social media, it also handles Google Docs, Box.net, Google and Facebook Calendar, Picasa, Flickr, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, and many more. In addition to being able to link up with Hotmail, Yahoo, Gmail, and any POP, IMAP or Exchange email inboxes, MultiMi has the capacity to support any Web-based service with an available API, so that means there's no support for Google+ just yet, but there will be as soon as the API is released.
MultiMi lets users securely share content from one service to another simply by dragging and dropping the content, and no local downloading has to take place. Additionally, it lets you funnel content from multiple sources into single messages. If you've, for example, a .PDF in Google Docs, a video on YouTube, a stack of photos on Flickr, and a relevant Tweet from your Twitter feed, you can drag it all individually into a single email message and send it off from whichever inbox you choose.
Under MultiMi's "Connections" tab, you can see a flow chart of the contacts you have the closest relationships with, and a bar graph of your most common methods of communication with them (messages, social, events, photos, media, or documents.)
For users with an important social media presence, this is quite a handy tool to be given for free, as it provides an aggregate view of your engagement with other users across all the forms of communication that you have tied to MultiMi.
MultiMi also features AVG LinkScanner, which automatically checks links exchanged through social media in real time.
While content sharing and link scanning are both "cloud based," none of your passwords are stored anywhere but on your local machine. In fact, it's some of the only stuff MultiMi saves locally, the rest stays in the cloud.
You can download MultiMi app by visiting here.