We first saw social organizing tool Jolicloud Me last month when we went hands on with its HTML5 web app, and today the service is finally available on iPhone. Functionally the new iOS app works much the same as its web counterpart — you can connect to a number of services (including Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, and Twitter), and use Jolicloud to search for content you've posted, whether it's a link to an article or a picture of your cat. You can also create Pinterest-style collections to share specific categories of content with friends, as well as follow their collections. It's a great way to keep things organized and the mobile version doesn't change that.
The iPhone app feels like a condensed version of the web app crossed with Sparrow for iPhone, complete with overlapping panes you can slide between. There's less information presented to you — for instance, you can't view content by type (video, photo, etc.) — but navigation seems relatively painless in spite of this. Scrolling through photos in particular is great and very reminiscent of Instagram. You can grab the iOS app for free now from the source link below, and Jolicloud says that details on the Android version should be available very soon.