HUDLD, Inc. (pronounced as “huddled”), the world’s most advanced Social Aggregation Company, has just released their latest “HUDLD” app on Apple’s iTunes Store for immediate download. Prior beta versions of HUDLD have received critical praise, but the newest (free and Pro) versions add Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Foursquare aggregation, plus custom RSS feeds, into one simple and easy-to-use app.

“No other aggregator, including those with millions of prior downloads, comes closer to incorporating every aspect of an individual’s social life into one app than HUDLD does,” said Brian Ash, CEO of HUDLD. “Almost 6 billion mobile phones and smart devices are currently used worldwide, and over 600 million of these mobile users are Facebook subscribers. This does not even include the hundreds of millions of Twitter, LinkedIn and Foursquare users, all of whom must bounce from one site to another several times a day, just to assemble their communications. It’s time-consuming and messy. Today we are proud to announce that we have ended that difficult process forever,” Ash said.

The HUDLD app continually aggregates all the feeds of the top social networks into one easy-to-understand, easy-to-use and beautifully designed interface. “The amazing bonus is that for the first time ever, RSS feeds are assembled and exclusively customized to meet the individualized social and business needs of the user. No other social aggregation app available today has this ability, and the day of the true ‘one-stop aggregator app’ has finally arrived,” Ash remarked. “A one-stop mobile app combining everyone’s social needs is what individuals and businesses have desired for years, and partnerships are already developing around this exclusive technology, and we welcome more of these,” Ash concluded.

HUDLD’s app is different by aggregating and compiling data from all sources within a uniform timeline, while uniquely preserving all major features of each respective social networking service. “Other aggregators were founded as single-service client applications, and because of this, they use the same User Interface, which never blends well with other social networks they try to add later, resulting in a cluttered, slow and unreliable mobile experience for their users,” stated Ash. “In contrast, HUDLD was designed from the ground up to preserve the unique features of each social network, while incorporating a reliable, stable and beautiful interface,” said Ash.