First, they got their own space in the Google Play Store so that users can find apps for their wearables easier. Now, they get their own Twitter account. So it looks like Android Wear has reached its “legitimacy” although
Although there is no official word yet from Twitter, we all know it’s coming. The micro-blogging giant as we know it, will soon be unrecognizable as strong reports are saying that the end of the 140 character limit is upon us.
We have yet to try Chrome Custom Tabs but apparently, the latest version of Twitter app for Android is said to open links using the new Chrome tabs. The new feature is available in Chrome for Android version 45 which was released
If you’ve gotten used to favoriting tweets, either so you won’t forget them, to read the post/link later, or to just show that you like the tweet, well now you have to get used to a sort of different thing now. Twitter has
Since display and intrusive advertising have basically earned the ire of most mobile users and so the age of native advertising is upon us. This refers to promotions that look like your other “normal” content in a social
If you’re a brand on Twitter, sometimes you want to test out how people feel about a certain product, topic, or even just a yes or no question. You could use hashtags or just follow their replies, but collating the results may
A few months ago we told you about a rumored super secret project that Twitter was working on, codenamed Project Lightning, which will curate important tweets regarding real-time events. Well now, the secret is out as Twitter
The 140-character rule that Twitter initiated almost a decade ago somehow revolutionized the way we interact online, and gave a shorter alternative for the TL;DR generation who wanted to get their information by the piecemeal.
A few months ago, we told you about a new feature that Twitter was rolling out to selected users and testing it out first before releasing into the wild. Well finally, that day has come as Twitter Highlights should be arriving
Not all of us have access to the upcoming new Android version, Marshmallow, but developers are already starting to update their respective apps and programs to make them compatible when it finally does roll out. One of those apps