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Using Facebook,Twitter Share option in iphone/ipod application

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Hello All,
I wanted to use an Share button options for facebook and twitter.
And also and mail button and download button option in my application.
I have read about share kit but i want it in an another manner.
Please help me out with some example code and links/videos.

Regards,
Hemant
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Hello,

No one has ever used any such share buttons in the application before.
I need to implement it i have found for facebook searching for other options.

Regards,
Hemant
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You can't use 'Download' button there, can you?

However, there's still a workaround to get the video to your iPhone. I've already recommended it somewhere here before, but anyways:  How to Download Facebook Videos to iPhone

So it's an application that saves video from Facebook and other major video sharing platforms.

Let me know if it's turned to be useful!
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