bit.ly App for Android
Everyone uses URL shorteners these days and now we have the chance to get an option for using bit.ly shorteners as an application on our Android devices. This app is brought to you, courtesy of XDA member j.13.leach brings D Bitly.
D Bitly client for Android will shorten your links and give you the option to view previously shortened links. It is very easy to use, just open the app and paste your long URL or use the share page menu item from your browser to shorten links before you share them on Facebook, Twitter, email, etc.
It can be found on the Marketplace for free.
Originally posted by j.13.leach
[APP]Bit.ly Android Client (Unofficial) v1.0
D Bitly v1.0 (freeware)(no ads)
Requirements: android 2.2+ and bit.ly account
Uses bit.ly api to shorten links and view your account history. Uses x-auth pattern see here for explanation. (I do not store your password on your device).
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