App DescriptionKlink is a revolutionary social network where you can share videos and pictures and disseminate globally spoken.
Register your life experiences with your mobile, serving as makeshift journalist and share with the community your video recordings, audio and pictures.
Accessing to Klink is very simple: through Facebook or Twitter. Easy as that. Once logged in, you'll be allowed to use Klink. You can post your messages directly to your Facebook wall or Twitter timeline. It's that simple.
You can also publish the messages from others and share them with friends and followers.
Some features of Klink:
★ Up to 1 minute audio message, configurable. Up to 30 seconds of video per post.
★ Photo Selection reel (library) or take a picture with the camera.
★ Login with Facebook and Twitter.
★ Full integration with social networks Facebook and Twitter.
★ Geopositioning of photos taken so that your followers can know where they were taken (configurable).
Marking ★ favorite posts.
★ forwarding messages to your followers.
★ positive or negative messages.
★ Integration with Notification Center of your phone. Receive notifications when someone you follow or stop following you, when one of the users you follow have posted a new message, when a message has been valued yours when someone has posted a message from you on Facebook or Twitter, and many more .
Try now the new concept of social network "descriptive".
Now you can send video messages of 30 seconds duration, to choose from the library or recorded live. Ability to edit videos longer than 30 seconds to cut them and send them. SpokenPic This becomes the first application of its kind that includes the following features:
★ Two ways to construct messages: by using video images and spoken.
★ Geopositioning messages.
★ Automatic notifications: know who follows you, who appreciates your posts, who posted on Facebook and Twitter your posts, gearboxes, etc.
★ Full integration with Facebook and Twitter.
★ Timeline for messages. Are displayed in the same timeline all posts and responses from other users.
October 31, 2012 Initial Release