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[APP][2.2+]Social Notification - Share directly from the notification tray

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By videtonator, Member on 22nd March 2013, 08:06 PM
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Social Notification is the fastest way to share your thoughts on Twitter or with other apps. Social Notification creates an always-on notification that, when touched, will let you type your text and share directly to Twitter or even with other apps, like GMail or your Facebook app. With Social Notification, you don't have to close the app you're currently using to share your thoughts with the world. You share, and then you're right back to the app you were using before!


-Always-on notification to quickly share your thoughts from anywhere
-Post directly to Twitter, without the need to open your Twitter client
-Share with any app you have that can handle text
-Shorten links with (you can even short the link without sharing it!)
-Send DM's by typing "D username" and your message (replace username with the user who will receive the DM, not need for the @, and take the quotation marks out!)
-Option to send a tweet again if it fails to send in the first time
-Runs on Twitter API 1.1

Pro Features:

-Option to auto-start the app when the system boots
-DashClock Extension (4.2)
-Option to add location to your tweet (geolocation)
-Upload a photo directly from the application
-Expandable notification to quicly close/open the app (Android 4.1+)

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Developer Notes

Social Notification is my first Android app. I learned to develop for Android while creating a concept, which became Social Notification.
I'm one of those guys who tweet 100 times per day, so I wanted a way to post to twitter without leaving the app I'm currently using. That was the motivation behind Social Notification. After starting the development, I found it would be nice to have an option to share with any other app, not only directly to twitter. I hope Social Notification saves your time just like it saves mine!

Known Issues

-In some cases the friends list (people you follow) is not complete. It looks like an issue of Twitter4j or TwitterAPI, and I'm investigating it

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