Insta Echo

Insta Echo is a free plugin for your Instagram app. Share your Instagram creations straight from your Instagram app. Send photos to email, Google Drive, Dropbox, Google+, SMS, Facebook, Twitter, other photo apps, etc, etc, etc. No more restrictions. The sky’s the limit! You can even share back to Instragram itself allowing you to layer your effects!

Note: To use this app, you must have Instgram already installed from the Play Store

Insta Echo can fail to attach itself to Instagram if Instagram is already running in the background when you start Insta Echo. Restarting Insta Echo can sometimes help.

To use normally, make sure Instagram is not running, then run Insta Echo to start the sharing plugin. When sharing is activated, the “UPLOAD” button in Instagram will first do a standard Instagram upload followed by displaying the standard Android sharing menu, giving you acces to any app on your system that is able to ingest images. To return to the default Instagram behavior, run Insta Echo again and select the “Stop” button.


For more creativity, use Instaecho along with Abstract Photo Painter!

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Welcome!

Welcome to Social Media Ticker.  We hope you enjoy using this Android App as much as we do.

You’ve got the fancy phone.  You’ve got a ton of Social Media sites to keep up with. And you want to have some fun. Social Media Ticker has you covered.  Envisioned primarily for use when when your phone is docked or otherwise idle, Social Media Ticker automatically keeps up with your Facebook feed, Twitter stream, the hottest videos on YouTube, what’s new on Flickr, photos from your phone, the latest News headlines and more. All in an an interactive 3D scrolling, Ticker-Tape display.  Set your phone down and watch your feeds scroll by. Tap an item to stop it from scrolling. Tap again to open up the post, picture or movie.


Visit Social Media Ticker in the Android Market

03/13/2011
Slight update to better handle RSS feeds that have a very long title. Thanks to everyone who reported this.

03/18/2011
Couple of small updates: The algorithm used to select a random tile was changed to give better distribution from the various sources and a first-time welcome message was added.

04/23/2011
Bug fix for twitter feeds – Added location tile so you can see yourself n the map! – Hide the status banner until you select a tile

05/13/2011
New release out. Thanks to an API from 3tapps.com, you can now add content from ebay, CriagsList, Twillow and more. So if you’re dying to see content from bizarre ebay auctions, or movie posters, or pictures of NYC apartments, you’re set!

06/18/2011
Finally fixed a long-standing bug that was occasionally causing black tiles to come up. Added a search for Hacker News.

Did you know that you can add your own feeds?

Did you know that you can add your own feeds to Social Media Ticker? You’re not limited to the built-in feeds found in the Sources menu.

Using the advanced menu you can add your own, and there are a number of different types supported. When you add multiple feeds, separate each with a comma.

How about a Flickr query for animal pictures?
flickr://query/animals

You can add many different RSS feeds using a format such as:

rss://rss.weather.com/weather/rss/local/80112

That one would give you the weather in the 80112 zip code.

Want to see what’s going on in the world? Here’s an RSS feed for people mentioning the Middle East on Twitter:

rss://search.twitter.com/search?q=middle%20east

Want to add your own text? Here’s an example:

text://Hello World

If you want to include the current time you’d do something like:
text://It’s $time$

Got a favorite traffic cam that you want to see? Here’s one on the continental divide:

http://www.cotrip.org/images/camera?imageURL=60002.jpg

Have some pictures on your Android that weren’t found? Add them by referencing the directory they live in. For example,
/sdcard/mySpecialPics