NEW YORK--()--Spatik Media, LLC announces the release of Spatik, an iPad app that allows users to share timed messages/tweets to their Twitter followers. Spatik connects the user’s Google Reader, Twitter, and Bit.ly accounts to a browser. The user then is able to browse his/her RSS feeds from Google Reader and schedule tweets to go out with just a push of a button. Using Bit.ly, Spatik shortens the URL from the selected Google Reader article or website, copies the title of the post and delivers it in time increments of 15 minutes.
The user is able to move the tweet up and down to change the time at which it goes out, and can also change the text within the tweet. All of these tweets are synced to Spatik’s servers so the user can go through and set up a large number of tweets to be sent out and then continue on with their daily activities. Initially set for Twitter, Spatik will be adding many more services such as Facebook, StumbleUpon, Google Bookmarks, and Google Buzz. This will make it simple for users who already know what content they want to send out but are having a hard time actually setting up the links to go out in a timely fashion.
Spatik uses OAuth (Open Authorization), which allows a user to grant a third party site access to their information without sharing their access permissions or the full extent of their data. The user is in full control of what applications are connected to their data and can add and remove applications at any time.
Spatik has a mixture of use cases. Not only does it allow the user to follow their favorite websites via RSS, but it also can be used as a normal browser. Once a tweet is scheduled, the user can “favorite” it before it’s even sent out to their followers, adding yet another time saving feature. Individuals and companies can use Spatik as a tool to help save time when scheduling their daily tweets. The user doesn’t have to worry about copying and pasting in order to share with their friends and followers anymore. By using Spatik it cuts down on the time necessary. Timing is everything.
Spatik can be purchased in the App Store [iTunes Link] for $4.99.