a report by Reuters. The offline access is targeted at emerging markets, where a data connection is not always available or necessary. The company, U2opia Mobile, currently works with Facebook for similar functionality.
slap-fight with AT&T over one particular customer, that T-Mobile loves Twitter. Their CEO is a hash tagging machine, and their PR crew has a solid presence there. It only seems natural that they’d engage in some kind of cross-promotional deal with the micro-blogging service, and it looks like that’s just what they’ve done.
a blind complaint into the Twitter winds resulted in a spat between the two carriers.
Twitter users a few new weapons in hunting down those juicy tweets.
Twitter for Android joined the group of apps that had a beta test program back in late-August. The beta program is handled through the Play Store and available for those who want early access to new features. Not to mention, those who are willing to provide feedback and possibly put up with some quirks and issues.
Twitter has just rolled out an update for its Android app that brings the mobile experience a bit closer to its browser counterpart. Twitter users on Android will now be able to see photos directly in their timeline and reply directly as well.
Twitter is planning to close the service.
All Things D, Twitter is entertaining the idea of a standalone messaging app. This news is in addition to the revelation that Twitter is rolling out a service which would allow users to direct message one another on Twitter without having to follow each other.
Twitter has announced a tablet optimized Android app today. While that by itself may sound like great news, there is a catch. You see, at this point the app only supports one model. The tablet is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition, which arrived in the US market as of today. On the bright side, the folks at Twitter have promised the app is also coming to other tablets.