New Android App: Quick Social Might Be the Fastest Way to Post to Your Favorite Social Networks

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  • 02 Jun 2013
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  • Most users choosing the Android platform often go for separate apps in case of each social network in use. Though all-in-one social networks solutions are becoming a trend, most are still reluctant to adopt these apps and prefer to access each one by one to post or read their feeds. Quick Social might just be the option everyone could enjoy.

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    While on the road and using the mobile device it is sometimes not so convenient to access each app for posting your status to the social network of choice. Think about waiting for it to load than typing the status, posting it, waiting for it to be sent than doing it all over again for another NS. Fortunately developer Lupine Development has devised a way that seems much faster and highly convenient.

    Quick Social – just as the naming suggests will offer users a way to get their statuses out there as fast and trouble free as possible. It comes to simply accessing the notifications drawer, typing your status and you’re done. Add to that the fact that the solution works with Facebook, Twitter and Google+ and you have a highly valuable option. The app can be launched on boot and have a transparent status icon so you can’t even say that it’s there. The free version is ad supported but you can purchase the paid for just about $0.99.

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