Election 2012« Magazines & Newspapers « Downloads
|Updated||October 10, 2013|
|Category||Magazines & Newspapers|
Choose 2012 is your 2012 United States Presidential Election headquarters on Android.
One of the goals of this app is to take a vote from the Android user base to see who you think should be our next President. So once you’ve made your informed decision, check the box and press the vote button! Then follow along with the results on the Results page which is updated every 15 minutes.
This new app will also be your single source for up-to-the-minute information on the 2012 Presidential candidates: President Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, Joe Biden, Gary Johnson, Jill Stein, and Virgil Goode. Use Choose 2012 to learn about each candidate, read their latest news, follow them on social media channels and visit their websites.
Choose 2012 provides easy access to the candidates’ social networking sites including twitter, facebook, youtube, flickr, and google plus. It also includes quick links to relevant support pages such as donations and events. And you can visit The Pulse for breaking news articles involving candidates and the polls.
*Campaign Finance data
*Twitter integration (tweet, retweet, follow without leaving app)
*Issues and being able to compare/contrast candidate stances on issues
This is a first release so please contact me through the app or at firstname.lastname@example.org with any issues or feature requests.
*Internet – to pull the data
*Access Network State – used by Google Analytics (can be disabled in settings)
*Write External Storate – used to cache images
Made links in tweets clickable.
Can long press on a tweet to reply, retweet, favorite.
Content rating: Everyone
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