No way to login via twitter This app is literally useless unless you created an account on the website - that is to say, if you started using kippt and signed in via twitter or Facebook, you can't use this. Also, I received several low-level Java debug errors when opening the app - there is no chance of me paying for an app that isn't fully cooked.
Thanks for the update Working perfectly now.
Great Kippt Mobile App This app makes searching, viewing and generally using your Kippt bookmarks dead simple. The developer has made a beautiful interface that perfectly compliments the Kippt web view. I was really impresses with it's speed/performance. I really appreciate the 'mobilization' of linked articles that the app provides (a la Instapaper, Pocket, Readibilty) and the ability to add notes to your saved links and to those of your followed feeds. If you are a Kippt user (and why aren't you) this what your need to access those links while on your Android phone. Kudos to the developer, who is very friendly and responsive.
Decent Kippt Client Kippt is a fantastic service, and this client is well elaborated to inherit its elegance. The app is full-featured: more than Clippt on Android, which is essentially a viewer, and even more than Clippt on iOS actually. Other pros: working on Android 2.2 as well. Cons: no offline mode.
Best Kippt client. I've been looking for a decent native client for Kippt on Android. There really aren't that many, but then this app came along and it's the best. Thank you.
- Fix an issue which prevents users to read articles
- Fix an issue (due to kippt api changes) which prevents users to see their feed
- Improve clips retrieval
- Change the share menu to add a clip to Keep-it ("Add to Keep-it")
- Fix an issue for Android < 2.3 which prevents users to connect
- Fix an issue which prevents users to refresh a list