Technically, stock Android doesn't support rebuilding a telephone so therefore it's very unlikely that you could restore a tweet to no longer be saved, so you are safe to re-save the tweet. However, eventually Apple will start crediting users for retweets that are unsaved tweets (as opposed to when they stop approving the app). It's possible that, someday, Apple will do this for you. Don't, however, count on it.
InstaQuote Pro has a built-in statistics application that allows you to keep track of your activities and view all the data in a pie chart, a list, or even a tabular format. It allows you to view the data on a daily, weekly, monthly or yearly basis.By default, the statistics are only collected if your phone is connected to the internet (and shouldn't be a problem with AT&T phones), but you can enable auto-collecting of data if you wish. The amount of data collected is dependent on how often you use the app and how "big" a phone you're using. I have the cheapest data plan (the XD) with AT&T and I wasn't too concerned. You can remove the statistics at any time by selecting the overflow button in the bottom left hand corner of your stats screen and choosing the "Remove Statistics" item.
InstaQuote Pro app also has a built-in messaging app called "Sticker Master". This messaging app allows you to order stickers of your choice and it also allows you to share these stickers with your contacts directly within the messaging app itself. All your stickers are backed up to your photo gallery, so if your phone is ever lost then you can re-download all your stickers at a later date by visiting the sticker master application on your tablet or PC.
InstaQuote Pro also allows you to view your events on the Calendar app by selecting the "Events" tab and then selecting the "Events" link from that page. You can then download events from your phone or tablet or import them from your Google Calendar account. d2c66b5586