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.
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 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 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.
Twitter client for your Android smartphone? Ever since Twitter bought TweetDeck they've left it for dead, and the stock Twitter app isn't that great. What we have for you all today is a brand new app called Tweet Lanes -- and it's awesome. They call it "Pure Twitter, Pure Android" and we'd have to agree.
Twitter for Android just received a pretty sizable update in the Google Play Store. The update actually brings tons of new features and this in a lot more than just a small bug fix update. With an improved UI, faster performance, new ways to discover, push notifications for retweets and more. Check out the screenshots and full change-log below for all the details.
Temple Run has been a smashing hit on Android since day one. Finally landing on Android and instantly becoming a classic with millions of downloads. Today Imangi Studios announced they've passed the 10 million downloads mark, and have just updated their app for Android with new features and bug fixes.
standard Plume for Twitter app is still free, with in-stream ads, and the premium version costs $4.99. Plume's interface is deceptively simple: it's got the standard "stream" view that's so common among Twitter clients, and you swipe left or right to move between your established columns. (Tablets can display three columns at a time, but only in landscape mode as shown above.) The popular views are available, including the "fire hose", direct messages, retweets and @ replies, and so on. As someone who uses Twitter's List function regularly, I've found that Plume supports it the best among all the apps I've tried, easily adding your subscribed lists to their own column. The primary changes are that popular menu functions have been translated to the Action Bar, like all of Google's standard Android apps on Ice Cream Sandwich and you can view those below. The new layout is simple, easy to understand, and very fluid. Plume's widget options are pretty great, too, allowing you to easily switch between your main feed, @ replies and private messages. The widget also plays nice with Ice Cream Sandwich's widget resize capability, on both smartphones and tablets. Give it a try if you're unimpressed with Twitter's official client or TweetDeck. [gallery]
Sonar is finally available for Android today in a limited beta. Sonar pulls data from publicly available profiles from Foursquare, Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook and brings it all into a single application. It sounds a little scary I know, but we are hearing great things about this new social experience.