Mac: If you participate in social media, chances are you like or favourite a few things as you travel the internet. When you start marking your preferences on different sites it can be hard to keep track of them all. Favs is a simple app that aggregates all your favourites across many sites so you can view them from one convenient interface.
You can think of Favs kind of like a version of Instapaper that pulls content from your social media accounts rather than asks you to push content to its own service. It offers the advantage of allowing you to save things you want to remember or look at later without really changing how you do that. You're already liking numerous articles, videos, songs and other things, so Favs just helps you find them more easily.
To set it up you just add whatever social media accounts you want to add and it'll load your favourites in a few seconds. It supports a lot of different services, such as Delicious, Facebook, Vimeo, Twitter and even Instapaper itself. You can view each account individually or see everything in a unified inbox-like view. What would be really nice is if you could create smart lists containing groups of accounts so you could view all your video favourites, article favourites, or music favourites (for example). Without that feature it's still a pretty cool app. Although a bit more expensive than we'd like to see ($5.49), Favs is a great way to keep track of everything you discover and like online.
Favs ($5.49) [iTunes App Store]