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Alternative to GraphAPI for iOS
I would like to build a generic 'feed' style app for iOS and Android. I'm aware of the GraphAPI in iOS and Google's 'Feed' in Android, however I would like to have more control over my feed as I want to display multiple feeds on the same screen and want to control how the feed is displayed.
I don't know if the GraphAPI does what I want and I'm not sure if it is possible to have more control over the way it's displayed.
Is there an alternative to GraphAPI (for iOS and Android) that is free and allows the user to define how they want to display their feed?
I know of an API that allows one to customize the image of the feed items. It also allows the user to customize the number of feed items per page. I've used it successfully in my applications, but it's not available in public repositories. It's the uShare API. Check out the following URLs: