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12 Days of iPhone Apps – Day 1: Regator Premium

The holidays bring a time of reflection, appreciation, and giving. So keeping with the spirit of the season, we thought we?d give our opinions on some of our favorite iPhone apps. So for the next 12 days we?ll be sharing one app a day you might enjoy and possibly gift to yourself or suggest to others. So without further ado?

One the first day of iPhone Apps,
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About Regator Premium:

Regator, one of our favorite relevant info finders, recently released a premium version of their already very resourceful iPhone app. With Regator Premium you can easily search, scan and read articles from the Web?s best blogs on more the 500 different topics. Once you locate articles you like you can share them to Facebook, Twitter or even via email.

Now I already love the free Regator iPhone app, but for a few bucks the premium version provides a more personalized experience. With it, you can save your favorite blogs, posts, and topics for quick access. You can also auto-sync with your Regator.com account if you use the service on your desktop.

Why we like Regator Premium:

One of the best ways you can add value to your network is by sharing relevant resources. Regator makes it easy to find interesting blogs and helpful articles by not only choosing categories, but also by monitoring keywords. So you can use Regator to monitor your online reputation, as well as key topics of interest and expertise. Then simply share your ?great finds? with your sphere in Facebook and Twitter.

Make better use of your time when you?re stuck waiting in an endless holiday shopping line. And more importantly, get the latest real-time results for topics you and your network care about. Thanks to Regator you can give the gift of relevant info and work toward your goal of becoming a Trusted Advisor.

About NikNik

Nicole Nicolay "@nik_nik" is Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer at Agent Evolution, and author of "WordPress for Real Estate: From Static to Standout". Her passion is educating real estate professionals on how to generate business by integrating both new and traditional channels of marketing. She is also co-founder and editor of MyTechOpinion.com, where she's been blogging about real estate technology since 2005. Nicole was named one of the 100 Most Influential Leaders in Real Estate for 2010, Top 10 Most Fearless Women Online & in Social Media for 2011, and 2012's Top 30 Women in Social Media in the world.