If you use social media networks, it is likely that you favorite or like several things as you navigate the internet. It can be difficult to monitor all the things you have liked as soon as you start marking them on different websites. Favs is an application that tracks likes across several websites to enable you see them from a convenient interface.
Favs can be considered as an edition of Instapaper that extracts content from the social media pages you have instead of asking you to upload content to the service it is offering. Its main benefit is that it lets you save all the items you wish to view later without actually altering the way you do that. Perhaps you have liked several songs, videos, articles plus other things, thus Favs will make it easier for you to find them.
To use it, you have to add any social media account you intend to include and everything you have liked will be uploaded within some seconds. It works well with several different services, for example Twitter, Vimeo, Facebook, Delicious, and Instapaper as well. It can show you each account separately, but you can also see everything within a unified format. It would be great if users can create intelligent lists that have collections of accounts to enable you view all your music likes, article likes, or video likes (for instance). Favs is still a very good app, even without that feature. But it is rather costly (going for $5). It is an excellent way to track likes as you browse the world wide web.