I often use the official Phandroid app, which is based on Tapatalk, to post in AF. At the bottom there's usually ads, often for Microsoft Surface, Amway, Estee Lauder or holidays in Malaysia. They're not intrusive and I'm aware that AF needs ad income to stay in business.
Written by: Stephen Withers | Published in: TechnologyEvan Williams and Biz Stone, co-founders of Twitter, have launched their latest venture - a new Web publishing platform called Medium. The pair are also backers of social media startup Branch, which went into public beta this week.
Twitter co-founder Evan Williams has a new blogging platform called Medium, which has been a closed-signup affair since its introduction. Today, the platform sent out an email with the news that anyone can now sign in and start writing.
There are a few requirements set out to sign up and use Medium.
I like to work a lot on the command line of my Linux Boxes, and I am using Twitter a little bit these days, so I want to post from the command line.
I have checked the twitter page and have found that they already have the solution, with the files of their API
Since the Kit Kat update, every time I open the Phandroid app, the Phandroid icon shows up in the notification area. If I close the app it's still there. The only way to get rid of it is to go in apps settings and force the app to stop running. Any ideas to not have it show up?