N9Appdate: Rocket now has native sharing and Feed Integration

| December 17, 2012 | 4 Replies

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There is always a war of twitter clients on mobile platforms, and although Harmattan has a small user base, there is no shortage of twitter clients at all. Until now, there has been three fairly equal clients: QNeptunea, Tweetian and Rocket.

I’ve been lucky enough to take part in the Rocket Beta, and the latest version has finally been made public. The best new features it brings are the ability to share links and images via the native share plugin. It has also come out with Events feed integration. The general consensus has been that whichever app had that feature (and multiple accounts) first would be the “king”.

Other great features of Rocket include:

* 7 picture upload services
* Username auto-completion
* Home, Mentions, Messages
* “Undo tweet”
* Search, Conversations, Favorites, Lists
* Block user
* Dark and Light themes
* Font size customization
* Change user profile
* Mentions, Messages notification
* Save URLs for reading later
* View user’s following list/profile/tweets/photo/website
* View tweets with highlighted details of images/links
* View images hosted over 13 picture services

Source: Nokia Store

Category: Applications, N9Apps

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Hi! My name is Michael. Like the others, I'm also a Student, living here in Sydney. I have a real passion for the latest technology and I'm a real Nokia buff! My aim is to keep those of you, like myself, updated with the latest in what's going on in the Nokia World. Currently sporting N9 & Lumia 820, with other Nokia devices in my posession. Get in touch on Twitter via @MFaroTusino, Google Plus or even simply drop me an email at mike.mnb[at]outlook.com or tips[at]mynokiablog.com

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  1. nonikhanna says:

    Default twitter client is from now on EXTINCT!!!!

  2. Mikko says:

    Been waiting for an app with Feed Integration. This will replace Tweetian immediately

    • MoritzJT says:

      While Tweetian has a nice UI and is an extreme example of quick and nice QML UI Implementation, it lacks in fluidity. QNeptunea is the feature beast, or has been up until now. Rocket just took the lead!

      I’m just wondering how it will look with Twitter and their very annoying API change plans.

      For now Rocket is my choice!

  3. hytheam says:

    i wish the nokia would make new meagoo phones like n10 maybe cuz thy are rlly amazing -_-

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