There’s some big news today involving Twitter, and for once, it’s good!
Joaquim Vergès, developer of Twitter app Falcon Pro and other Android apps, has announced that he’s joining Twitter as part of the Android core UI group. Vergès explains that he’s gotten tired of all of the ... Read More »
There has been quite a lot of controversy surrounding Twitter’s treatment of its third-party developers for a while. The controversy started when Twitter started restricting third-party apps from getting too many users. Once an app reached 100,000 users, no additional people can log in using the app. This causes a lot of issues for devs because ... Read More »
John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile, is known for being very controversial and offensive. His Twitter page reflects that, with him constantly badmouthing other carriers and their CEOs without provocation. Some love this behavior and view him as edgy, but some just see it as all talk and no action (or at least not as much ... Read More »
If you’re a Moto 360 owner and anything like me, you’ve been seeing every other Android Wear watch get the 5.1.1 update, and you might be feeling a little left out. Motorola is usually pretty fast with updates to their phones, so where the heck is my Moto 360 update?
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Two months after launching on iOS, Periscope has made its debut on Android.
Twitter’s Periscope app is now available for download from Google Play. Just like on iOS, you can use Periscope to stream live video from your phone (or tablet!) to ... Read More »
Twitter is a place that many people go to share news, opinions, and more, and starting today you won’t even need to go to Twitter to get that info.
Google is now inserting Twitter tweets into its mobile search results. The feature is rolling out first to ... Read More »
Twitter wants to make sure that you don’t miss anything from your stream, even if that means showing it all to you a couple of times a day.
Today Twitter officially announced that it is bringing its Highlight feature to Android devices. Twitter creates the “highlights” of your Twitter feed by weighing multiple sources, including ... Read More »
Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most frequently upgraded apps for the week. We’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to find the ones that are actually being updated by the developers rather than selecting the apps with the ... Read More »
While Android users are still waiting for Periscope to make its way to us, we are at least apparently still important enough to warrant attention for the main Twitter app’s functionality.
The new Quote Tweet feature, which embeds the quoted Tweet rather than merely duplicating the text and wasting precious characters, rolled out ... Read More »