ASUS have some pretty impressive devices they've released lately. Between the ASUS Padfone Infinity being an awesome smartphone, and tablet, to the FonePad with an Intel Inside. However, their devices haven't made it stateside if they rock phone capabilities. A few new comments on Twitter have our interest piqued. With ASUS pointing towards a U.S based announcement at Computex.
Google Glass apps had been pretty limited and up until today there was just two, one for Path and the other for The New York Times. That said, the app situation appears to be growing as of today. There has been several apps mentioned and today we are getting a look at one from Twitter and from Evernote.
Twitter decided to shut it down, we stumbled across and then reviewed an awesome new Twitter client called Robird. It offers nearly as many features as we've seen from most, has an awesome flat Holo-inspired UI, and today just got updated with even more neat features.
last Falcon Pro update, however as of this morning, another has appeared in the Google Play Store. This update has the app jumping up to version 1.9 and along with the new numbers comes some new features and some new options for customization. Otherwise, the app remains priced at $1.96, however as one would expect -- those who have preciously downloaded Falcon Pro will get the update for free.
Tweetdeck was shutting down, and Twitter would be retiring their original v1 API on May 7th, we learn that they've extended the date. For those confused, many original legacy Twitter clients like the super popular Tweetdeck all run on v1, and once it's retired they'll no longer work. Twitter confirmed today they've delayed the retirement date.
Twitter rolled-out the big v4.0 update back in early-April. That update brought what was described as being a brand new look and feel. Perhaps key here though, that update brought an app that was more polished looking and in general, an app that was a bit nicer to use. Despite releasing a bug fixing update shortly after, there has been one item that remained missing.
coming soon" regarding an Android version, but now they're adding more features to their current app while they continue to shun Android users.
Google Glass? We need a pair first, then hopefully we'll be doing just that. It isn't the biggest news in the world but it appears that the folks from Twitter are indeed building a native Twitter app specifically for Google Glass. They want you sharing all that first-person content and photos as fast as humanly possible, so this makes perfect sense.
Twitter, but for those that do we have good news regarding their popular Vine application. It looks like Vine will indeed be coming soon to Android, after Twitter shunned Android on the release. The creators also mentioned today that some new features are coming along with it.
Twitter clients for Android but one that is leading the pack lately is Falcon Pro. Their extremely customizable and feature-filled app is popular among power users, and today was updated with even more features that makes it stand above the rest. Whether you use Falcon Pro, Carbon, or others you'll want to read on to see what's new.