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TV check-in apps make watching more social

We use social media to tell the world what we’re up to, and smartphone apps have taken that to a new level. For the past year, the trend has been to use apps like Foursquare to broadcast our locations to Facebook and Twitter friends.

For those who would rather stay home, a new trend emerges: apps that share what TV show we’re watching. For a full breakdown of the different apps, check out my story that overviews the top apps in this trend. These apps are constantly adding new features to keep you hooked on sharing. For example, Miso added a new feature last week where superfans can apply to be a Miso show host and get perks to pick poll questions.


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