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Summflower screenshot


February 17, 2015 • MIT License
A Swift implementation of Summly's sharing control.
URBNShareKit screenshot


February 15, 2015 • Unspecified License
A subclass of UIActivityViewController which makes sharing content using the native iOS share sheet a breeze.
IntentKit screenshot


December 21, 2013 • MIT License
An easier way to handle third-party URL schemes in iOS apps.
CFShareCircle screenshot


May 31, 2013 • MIT License
CFShareCircle is a very hip sharing widget for iOS developers. Feel free to fork and edit it yourself, but let me know what you think.
Share This screenshot

Share This

March 02, 2013 • MIT License
An iOS sharing tool that can be easily inserted into a project. Each share option can be individually called or you can show an option. On iOS 5, these options will be shown in action sheets. iO...
REComposeViewController screenshot


October 29, 2012 • MIT License
Replicates functionality of SLComposeViewController introduced in iOS 6.0. You can create composers for any social network out there. REComposeViewController doesn't provide logic for sharing, only...
DMActivityInstagram screenshot


September 25, 2012 • MIT License
A UIActivity subclass for sharing to Instagram via iOS 6's new sharing system.
ASFBPostController screenshot


July 09, 2012 • Apache 2.0 License
ASFBPostController provides beautiful photo posting to Facebook with easy integration.
BCDShareSheet screenshot


February 18, 2012 • MIT License
A Simple Framework For Sharing Content via Email, Facebook and Twitter There's a number of ways to share content from within iOS apps. iOS5 includes support for sharing content via email and Twitt...
ESSVideoShare screenshot


December 31, 2011 • Custom License
Easily publish videos to YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook and Flickr.
FTShare - an easy way to share using Facebook Twitter and Mails screenshot

FTShare - an easy way to share using Facebook Twitter and Mails

October 21, 2011 • MIT License
FTshare allows you to set up a share instance on your application delegate and then share using the most common social networks (and more to come). It is as easy as setting up your developer accoun...