Codename: Laughsalot

Connecting with oAuth was much simpler that I originally thought thanks to the Internet and it’s wealth of freely available information. Check out Twitter4J and Abhinava’s Blog if you’re looking for some Twitter related help.

Connectivity is done and the app runs pretty stable. I’ll keep messing around trying to get it to break, but in the meantime keep an eye out here and on the Market for a release soon!

I’m also going to try to get some attention from the Android community by looking for a mention on Android Central so be sure to add them to your RSS feeds. Alright, I’m done telling you what to do.

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