Verizon Wireless has officially confirmed the Samsung GALAXY S 4 will be coming to Verizon, and coming in May. We've seen a few leaks claiming a late May launch, and now all we need is the exact day and a pre-order page.
Twitter can expect the type of ads they'll be seeing in their timelines to get more precise in the future with what the folks from Twitter are calling "keyword targeting in timelines." What this means is they'll be targeting words in your timeline or things you tweet, and delivering ads based on those keywords.
Twitter fans and users out there we have some excellent news regarding one of the most popular Twitter clients on Android. The ever-improving and awesome app Falcon Pro received a rather sizable update today bringing tons of new features and bug fixes. Most notable is all the changes and notifications to starred users. Read on for the full changelog.
Twitter are getting into one more market soon. That being the music industry, which is a huge part of Twitter on a second-by-second basis. Earlier this month we reported on rumors that Twitter was planning a new music discovery and search Twitter app, and now we're hearing it will be launched this weekend.
Google launched an all-new and improved Play Store yesterday. They completely redesigned the Play Store and today in celebration it looks like they want to reward all of you Android faithful over on Twitter. Starting a new campaign asking users to tell them what their #favoritethings are.
Twitter clients for Android. In our quest to find some of the better options available we've stumbled on a new Twitter client called Robird. It was available in beta on XDA for a few months but lately has hit the Play Store full of features, push notifications, and is getting updated at a rapid pace. We've been loving Robird for the past week so check out our video review below.
Twitter for Android has just received a pretty major update to version 4.0 that brings a brand new look and feel to the social app. The update gives Twitter a UI makeover, adds a few new features, and is said to bring with it a "native Android experience" according to the developers. Twitter just confirmed the details on their official blog.
Facebook at least 14 times a day. And that is on average. Meaning many users check it far more than 14 times daily. Oh and this is just on a smartphone, this doesn't even count computer habits.