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 »
After several painful years, Twitter has finally revamped its Quote Tweet feature to include what everyone has always asked for: more space. In the past few months, Twitter has made significant changes to the way that it displays articles and other content within its app. Now the company is revising its Quote Tweet ... Read More »
When Periscope launched on iOS last month, an Android version was conspicuously absent from the app’s debut. The company has come forward to say that the app won’t be missing for much longer, though.
Periscope recently put together a blog post ... 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 »
Third-party Twitter apps are a touchy subject for many. Twitter’s stinginess with tokens for third-party apps has led to several great apps being left dead in the water. Likely the most famous of the apps is Falcon Pro, a third-party Twitter app that soared in popularity and then Read More »
Falcon Pro, one of the most popular third-party Twitter clients, is being rewritten to include Material Design and some new features. The new app will be an entire redesign from scratch rather than a refresh of the existing Falcon Pro app. The developer, Joaquim Verges, has confirmed that it will include Material ... Read More »
Twitter is free, but the company needs to start making more money on the service. And you know what they say: if you’re not paying for the product, you are the product.
In an update coming to Twitter for Android in the next couple weeks, the company has announced it will begin cataloging the ... Read More »
We all know about Twitter’s token limitations by now. Twitter allows third party apps around 100,000 tokens, and when the limit is reached, the app can no longer accept new users. While we can agree it’s a ridiculous limit, it’s all too real and many great apps have been abandoned because continuing development for them ... Read More »
ASUS was named as one of the first partners of Android Wear, yet was not part of the launch. Even Motorola got in on the fun, despite not releasing any hardware until much later. We knew ASUS has something up its sleeve, and today we finally get to see a hint ... Read More »
Use the official Twitter app on your Android device or on the web? If so, Twitter has announced that it’s got a new feature for you to check out.
Twitter today said that it’s added a new mute feature to its Android app as well as to Twitter.com. ... Read More »