MojiPage Releases Mobile FriendFeed Widget

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mojipage    MojiPage, a personalized homepage for your mobile phone, has released a mobile FriendFeed widget!

Unfortunately, it’s strictly for viewing purposes. There’s no way to comment or like an item and I don’t see any of the comments or likes on items either, which for me isn’t going to make me want to use it very much.It’s pretty much pointless unless you don’t mind missing out on the conversations on Friendfeed, though that’s what seems to make Friendfeed so special to begin with.

Nevertheless, it’s a good start and hopefully the aforementioned features can be implemented in the future (if at all possible).

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  • dready

    Hello Corvida,

    Thanks so much for your review.

    This is a first cut, and we do plan to implement more features by incorporating feedback from power users such as yourself. Of course, being a mobile site, the challenge is to provide as much power as possible without compromising the page loading time.

    Over the weekend, we hope to at least add comment and likes, and to link to profile pages. We'll announce them once it is completed.

  • http://mrontemp.blogspot.com/ Ontario Emperor

    I would hope that the FriendFeed API would cover implementation of commenting and liking. Otherwise, the FriendFeed API itself is pretty much pointless.

  • http://mrontemp.blogspot.com/ Ontario Emperor

    Good news. Looking forward to the weekend. (Well, I was looking forward to it anyway, but now there's another reason.)

  • dready

    It does, actually. The only thing I'm missing at this point is support for subscribing to a user.

  • http://mrontemp.blogspot.com/ Ontario Emperor

    I would hope that the FriendFeed API would cover implementation of commenting and liking. Otherwise, the FriendFeed API itself is pretty much pointless.

  • http://mrontemp.blogspot.com/ Ontario Emperor

    Good news. Looking forward to the weekend. (Well, I was looking forward to it anyway, but now there's another reason.)

  • dready

    It does, actually. The only thing I'm missing at this point is support for subscribing to a user.

  • dready

    Hello Corvida,

    Thanks so much for your review.

    This is a first cut, and we do plan to implement more features by incorporating feedback from power users such as yourself. Of course, being a mobile site, the challenge is to provide as much power as possible without compromising the page loading time.

    Over the weekend, we hope to at least add comment and likes, and to link to profile pages. We'll announce them once it is completed.

  • http://mrontemp.blogspot.com/ Ontario Emperor

    I would hope that the FriendFeed API would cover implementation of commenting and liking. Otherwise, the FriendFeed API itself is pretty much pointless.

  • http://mrontemp.blogspot.com/ Ontario Emperor

    Good news. Looking forward to the weekend. (Well, I was looking forward to it anyway, but now there's another reason.)

  • dready

    It does, actually. The only thing I'm missing at this point is support for subscribing to a user.

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