This is caused to CLOSED Social Network (aka Google+), which doesn’t permit to post from a third-part client!! **
I’m now thinking whether to add or not the cross-post support for Twitter and Facebook.
Tired of having to access each of your social networks separately to share what you’re doing or thinking?
The solution is here!
Henceforth you could share, in just one click, in all major social networks and just as intuitive as possible.
notiShare application is not designed for sharing on multiple social networks simultaneously, but to share on each social singly, in a quick and intuitive way, with your favorite client!
In addition you will also have the chance to share anything you can think of, directly from the “Share” menu of the application you are in!
Function accessible only by applications that have activated the appropriate menu item “Share with ..”
notiShare allows you to configure and create a notification that will give you direct access to share on your preferred social:
And more, if your phone supports expandable notifications (Android versions 4.1 +) you can interact with many more Social!
If tou want to translate notiShare in your language, contact me!
For now the Donate Version offers:
Ability to start the app on boot
Ability to cut off the signature “via #notiShare”
notiShare user reviews :
Awesome app I couldn’t find any better than this. It just is awesome. And it is easy to use. I am so glad to see that Google+ post feature in the app. Only if! Only if it would be nice if we could share all at once. It would be 5 stars!
Great! Love the concept. Would like a widget that does the same as well!
Thanks for the app Gets the job done. But I wish the status can be typed in the notification bar itself instead of opening the social app. I think it is a limitation with Android.
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