DescriptionSocial Eye Candy for your phone!
Social Media Ticker is a Slide Show display using your Social feeds in an animated 3D display. Photos, Posts, News and more.
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, eBay auctions and more. All in an an interactive 3D scrolling, Ticker-Tape display.
Try the new mash-up that uses Twitter Trending topics to search for content on Flickr, eBay, YouTube, Hacker News and more. Be prepared for some oddball results. What do you get from Flickr, eBay, etc. if something like "Finn" is trending on Twitter? There's no telling. Give it a try.
Inspired by the AppleTV Screensaver
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.
Ideal for use as a screensaver or a slideshow while you're listening to music!
* Numerous RSS Feeds
* Camera images, local images plus arbitrary images fetched over the Internet
* Your current location displayed on Google map
* Your application icons
* Floating Photo, Image
* Photo Tiles
* Photo Slides
* Photo Grid
* Pulse News
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.
You can add many different RSS feeds using a format such as:
That one would give you the weather in the 80112 zip code.
Want to add your own text? Here’s an example:
If you want to include the current time you’d do something like:
Got a favorite traffic cam that you want to see? Here’s one on the continental divide:
Have some pictures on your Android that weren’t found? Add them by referencing the directory they live in. For example,
Changes for version 1.4
Along with several others, hopefully fixed the long-standing bug that occasionally caused blank tiles to appear. Added Hacker News source. Better handle changing orientation of screen.
New experimental mash-up that uses Twitter Trending topics to search for content on Flickr, eBay, YouTube, Hacker News and more. Be prepared for some oddball results. What do you get from Flickr, eBay, etc. if something like "Finn" is trending on Twitter? There's no telling. Give it a try.
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