Postcron Review – A Social Media Scheduling Tool

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Today, I am posting my review on Postcron – a social media scheduling tool!!

But before that, I am assuming you know the importance of promoting your brand on social platforms!!

Update Though the Postcron is a good tool to use. But there is no one to listen to your queries if you ever come across them!!

I had a terrible time coordinating with their support team and would recommend you use CrowdFire instead!

CrowdFire has an awesome dashboard and offers great features at a very affordable price in addition to this great support team to have your back. Worth to TRY!!

To gain visibility with time, you need to reach more and more audiences on various social networks.

But, visiting each network and posting your posts at right time is a tiresome and impossible task!!

The next question that will be running through your mind will be definitely –

How can I automate my social media marketing?

You can do this with the help of social media scheduling tools!!

Here I am sharing details on Postcron which I discovered through a Facebook advertisement!!

Apart from this, I am using other social media scheduling websites too, and later on, will post a review or comparison accordingly.


 What Is Postcron? 

Postcron tool allows you to schedule posts on social media accounts. The easiest way to engage your audience, increase your traffic, and save time.

Using Postcron you can auto-post your blog articles all in one place on social media networks like –

  • Facebook – Profile, Page, Event, and Groups
  • Twitter profile
  • Linkedin – Profile and Company page
  • Google+
  • Pinterest
  • Instagram

Extra perks that Postcron offers are-

Freedom to add your logo or watermark to your images.

  • Bulk uploader where you can schedule 1000 posts at once from an Excel or Google Docs file.
  • Adding team members to your account.
  • URL Shortener – Bitly integration.

How To Use Postcron?

Scheduling post using Postcron is very simple! Follow the steps to schedule your first post –

1. Postcron Sign in –

  • You can Sign up in Postcron for Free!!
  • The tool gives you 3 ways to sign in i.e. Sign in with – Facebook, Twitter, and Google+
  • Once you have logged on to the service, you can see your Postcron Dashboard!!

2. Add your Social accounts –

  • I have already mentioned above all the social accounts that Postcron covers.

– Type your schedule post in the given box.

  • You are allowed to write a post of 500 words, add Photos and Smileys.

– Plan it on Preferred Date and Time!!

  • Once you are all set with the content! It’s time to hit the Schedule button.

One Good Thing About Postcron Is

  • When you are scheduling a second blog post-Postcron allows you to add a delay between each post (in minutes)..

..Ultimately, you can post a series of tutorials rather than adjusting the time and date again and again.

Services That You Don’t Get In Free Plan –

You cannot use advanced options or services offered by the Postcron social scheduling website in the Free plan.

These services allow you to –

  • adding a Watermark or Logo to the image.
  • uploading Bulk Files.
  • adding an RSS feed.
  • searching Photos and People on Flickr.
  • looking for a username or any topic on Youtube and Pinterest.
  • get Content Recommendations (by including up to 10 keywords and 10 Twitter accounts).

Postcron Download Options

There are 3 ways you can download the Postcron tool –

  • Android App
  • Chrome Extension
  • iOS

Postcron Pricing Plans

The tool features 4 pricing plans. The minimum plan starts from $8/month and the mega plan is for $88.33/month.

On paying yearly for any plan you save 15%.


This is it!! I have tried to explain the tool to my best. It’s your time to explore the Postcron scheduling tool now.

Using any other social media scheduling tool already?? Share it with me in the comments below.

If you found the article useful share it so that it can help someone who is busy posting articles manually!! 🙂

24 comments on “Postcron Review – A Social Media Scheduling Tool

  1. Thanks for sharing. I’d been using Buffer, but Postcron looks good.
    Is there a free package option and then the ability to upgrade to a paid plan later?

    1. You can sign up for Free and use their service!!
      Later on to upgrade your plan – Just fill in the payment information select a pricing plan within your Postcron dashboard under Account settings.

  2. Hi Ankita,

    Informative article. I am a social media enthusiast and use Buffer to manage my Social media accounts.

    Thanks for letting us know about this awesome tool!!

  3. I don’t this is a free service is it? Is this new? I tried buffer and tweetdeck when it was still active.

  4. I have tested out two sites that allow you to post and schedule many different social media sites. I am not in love with any at this point so I am about to give this a try.

  5. Looks interesting. I currently use Hootsuite and Board Booster. I have definite opinions about scheduling and it seems like many use over use it as a substitute for engagement. I like the features you mentioned I will check it out

  6. not much into these scheduling tools as I have not really looked into it, but seems its high time I did something good and useful on the social media section of my business, so hopefully, I will be looking this through to know more about it practically.

  7. Hey Ankita. 🙂 Just decided to check Postcron out after reading your cheery review. It’s so smooth! Usually, I prefer Klout, but I feel I’m going to fall in love with this one. Thanks for the review!

      1. Thanks for the reminder! I have yet to set up a Gravatar image for this email address. Been changing a few things lately. Thanks. 🙂

  8. Postcron seems interesting, but is it like free for individual users or is the free pricing for a limited period? Also, do they have an app?

    1. Hi Neha, Though the tool is useful the downside is if you ever came across any problem with the tool –
      – There is no one to listen to you!
      – They have bad customer support.
      – As well as the CEO of PostCron doesn’t give any response.

      Very soon I am going to update this post.

      Apart from it, the answer to your query is – PostCron is free for a lifetime with limited functionality!

      I recommend you to use SocialPilot instead which I am using currently.
      The Free version provides 3 social profiles link up and 10 posts sharing per day.
      Hope this helps! 🙂

  9. Hi Ankita,

    How well SocialPilot helps you to resolve your social media needs?

    Glad to know you like SocialPilot 🙂

    And would love to see a SocialPilot detailed review like this

    1. Hi, Manvi!

      I am really impressed with the tool and the features it offers! Refer for the detailed post on how I save $63 using SocialPilot here –

  10. I had postcron for a few days and realized it wasn’t what I thought it was–I asked for a refund and they told me no. Not even a partial refund. I feel like that’s bad business.

    1. True Sherri! I wish you would have discovered this post before to save yourself from this situation!
      They keep you busy by sending emails that don’t satisfy your needs moreover with a delay of 3-4 days.
      Try Socialpilot instead!

  11. Support is very bad… Takes a long time for answers (once they got your money)
    I didn’t use Postcron so I asked for a refund but they don’t give one…
    Term and conditions… blablabla
    No goodwill at all.
    Money is more important than helping people

    1. Indeed, Valentino!

      There is no one to hear to you once you pay them. I had a terrible experience with their entire team and the co-founder itself. :/

      I wish you discovered this post earlier so that you could be aware of the bad service of Postcron support team to its customers. This could save you time and money!

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