Testers Required for New Social Media App – Loccit
Are you a fan of social media? Do you have multiple social media apps installed on you mobile Android device?
If so, then you might be interested to know that XDA forum member Loccit_Beta is developing a social media app for web, iPhone, and Android platforms. The app will allow you to read and update all of your social networks and, according to Loccit_Beta, will transform the way you interact with social media in the future.
The app has been developed for Adobe AIR 2 Runtime and the XDA member is looking for beta testers in order to ensure that each feature is running smoothly before release.
Take a look at the forum thread to sign up as a beta tester (you must be running Android 2.2 on the specified list of devices).
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