Twitter client Plume gets additional support for Android 4.2

With Android 4.2 now running on at least a few devices, it's time for developers to update their apps to support the features found in the new version of the Android OS. One of the apps getting added Android 4.2 functionality today is the Twitter client Plume. Of all the fixes and features included with the latest update for Plume, definitely the biggest one is the addition of a lock screen widget for Android 4.2.

ZTE Grand X Pro leaks on Twitter

The image below is a new smartphone from the folks at ZTE being called the Grand X Pro. Those guys from the popular Twitter @evleaks have been quite busy this week, and now have released another image for us all to enjoy. This time around we sure don't have any specs or details, but can clearly see a nice smartphone and on-screen navigation buttons.

Twitter for Android updated with tons of new photo features

For all you Twitter fans out there tweeting away, the official Twitter app for Android has received a sizable new update today that brings a few neat new features. Just like Facebook, Twitter has been adding a lot of focus as of late to the photo aspect of their social app. Today's update added tons of new photo and video rich features.

Twitter and Nielsen team up to offer new brand surveys

Advertising, as they say, makes the world go round. If you use Twitter frequently, you've probably seen more than few promoted tweets in your timeline, and now the company is looking to expand on that idea a little bit. Twitter has teamed up with Nielsen to deliver brand surveys to users in the same way it shows promoted tweets, allowing companies to get a better idea of how its Twitter ad campaigns are working.

Google Play comes to Twitter

If you're an avid Twitter user and use it to keep up with companies and even special deals, you might be pleased to know that the Google Play store has created a Twitter account to tweet out announcements and other news. Follow it now if you want to keep up with all the cool new things Google Play is doing.

Twitter for Android adds new profiles, photo streams

Despite the recent shake-up with Twitter limiting third-party clients, the social network is still working on improving their user interface to make it more user-friendly and easier on the eyes. Today they've made some significant changes to their web interface, specifically with profile pages. Users can now upload a large header photo to compliment the top of their profile page. The best part of all is that Android users can now join in on the fun.

Twitter for Android update released, expanded Tweets added

An update to the official Twitter app has been delivered on Android, and along with it comes a handful of cool new features no Twitter user should be without. By far the most exciting addition to the Android Twitter app are expanded tweets, but there's also an expansion to Twitter's search autocomplete tool and new push notifications that you might like to know about. Hit the jump to catch all the details.