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Speak Your Mind Anytime with NotiShare
So many times when you have a thought come to mind, you have to stop what you’re doing within the app you’re using, close it, and either open up Twitter or Facebook, or flick through a couple of home screens to that conveniently placed widget. Is it worth that impulsive thought? Probably not, but hey, notiShare now simplifies the process.
Developed by XDA Forum Member Gh1r0, notiShare allows users to express their thoughts on supported social networks simply and quickly by sliding down the status-bar bar and selecting notiShare in the notifications area. By doing so, the app launches the selected social network status update screen or Tweet prompt, among others. The actual app’s user interface is easy and straightforward, with options of five social networks to be shown and prompted by the notification icon. However, if your Android version supports expandable notifications, two selected networks would be displayed rather than one. notiShare supports Google+, Twitter, Facebook, Odnoklassniki, and VKontakte. And for users who do not have the official social network app installed, fear not, as notiShare gives users the flexibility to select third party alternatives.
NotiShare is straightforward in concept and design, and cuts down the tedious process of the novelty of impulsively expressing your thoughts. With support for Android versions 1.6 and newer and available for free on the Play store, make sure to head over to the original thread for more details.
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