Update your Online Status Instantly with kAmMa’s Status Updater for Android
If you are an online socialite who can’t bear the thought of not letting your friends know what you are feeling or doing at any given time, then you may want to take a peek at what XDA member kamma has in stock for you. kAmMa Status Updater will essentially become a one stop update for FaceBook and/or Twitter profiles. It basically allows you to update your status in multiple sites simultaneously without having to log into either site from a browser or use separate apps.
The app is still in early development but the dev promises that many more updates will come soon. so, try it out and as always, feedback is much appreciated.
The purpose of this application is to publish simultaneously statuses for both main social networks – Facebook and Twitter.
At this stage of project there are certainly some bugs, but application is fully usable.
I publish this alpha version even for reason of beta testing, so feel free to use it and send me a feedback.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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