It seems that the Android community has little to be envious of iOS users when it comes to Twitter #Music after all. Inside sources are now saying that after just six months in operation, Twitter is planning to close the service.
According to a report from 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.
There is no shortage of available Twitter apps for Android users. Most seem to have their personal favorite, but regardless of how well an app runs, or how nice it looks, the lack of certain features will end up being a turn off for some. With that in mind, the folks at Plume have released the v5.4 update which brings a notable new feature.
Twitter, the popular micro blogging site, has officially filed for an IPO. Through their form S-1, which highlights your financial status with the Securities and Exchange Commission, Twitter noted they wish to trade publicly as TWTR, and had some potentially alarming financial statistics.
For those always looking for a better Twitter client than the stock option, Robird is one of our favorite and today they've just added a few nice additions. Twitter has done a good job with their official app, but many still return to Carbon, Falcon Pro, or others, and you should check out Robird.
Twitter has just announced the rollout of a new feature that will excite avid and hardcore Twitter users but may also annoy a few. Starting today, the Twitter app for Android and iOS will be sending push notifications for recommendations based on the hottest stuff from your Twitter friends' own timelines.
Just two weeks after announcing a new beta tester program for Android users, Twitter has just pushed out a massive update to their app. It's a completely revamped version 5.0 beta, and so far we're big fans. The entire interface is new with Android-style tabs, slide-out navigation, and a decent action bar to name a few.
Last week at the annual IFA conference in Berlin, Germany, the folks from Samsung showed off and announced a new Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition tablet. Along with improved specs and a decent slate, a few eagle eyed viewers found a surprise. What was that? An official Twitter tablet-optimized app. Something that should have been released 2-3 years ago.
Twitter has become the latest to launch a beta testing program through the Google Play Store. Joining the test group involves nothing more than a few clicks to get started and means you will end up seeing new features and changes before those not in the beta group. Of course, on the flip side, that could also mean an issue from time to time.