a.k.a. Why are the social networks so anti-social towards each other?
a.k.a. Yet another diatribe on the dichotomy of Google.
We've all been in this situation: we've got a bunch of friends on Facebook; another bunch on Twitter, and a couple on Google+ (but if you've still got friends using MySpace, Orkut, or AOL I'm afraid I can't help you). Now how do you share your words of wisdom, pithy commentary on life, and hilarious snap-shots with all your friends? You don't want to neglect anyone but it's a lot of effort post and re-post.
TL, DR; Use WordPress! Either WordPress.com or install your own from WordPress.org. You can link to all your social networks and the world (wide web) is your stage. Tumblr is a close second, and so is Flickr quite frankly (just use Ctrl+Enter to split your paragraphs)!
You know your app is long overdue for a refresh when the latest release is big news across the web. Flickr 3.0 clogged the inter-tubes today and although the new version adds some great features it still doesn't live up to the competition.
The new interface is much more slick and you have some ability to manage your photo stream now. The biggest enhancement is automatic uploading of photos and videos (so apps like Flync are now somewhat redundant, but not entirely). The other big change is the camera.
One of the things I like to do most with my smart phone is take pictures. I've been through more than my share of camera apps, and probably purchased more than I needed to. Here's a run-down of what I've discovered along the way.
Samsung Camera UI
Update 1: I've made some discoveries regarding Snap Camera and A Better Camera that improve the review. I'd also like to highlight some developers who've been very responsive.
Obviously there were issues with the camera app that came with my Samsung Galaxy S3 that made me start looking for an alternative. The most egregious problem was that the camera app kept losing its settings, especially my selection of short-cuts, if I was storing photos on the phone (as opposed to the SD card). The other issues were the interface and functionality was pretty basic, and when launching the camera from the Cover lock screen I couldn't switch to the video camera.