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13 Jul 2011

The increase of the third-party apps that support Twitter

The increase of the third-party apps that support Twitter

Now there are more than 1 million third-party apps from 750,000 developers that support Twitter. Comparing to last years 150,000 third-party apps, the difference is enormous. As a response to this increase, Twitter launched a new developer web site for providing help to new developers with their apps.

As we remember just a couple of months ago Twitter had quit opposite position, when requested the developers to not simulate already existing twitter in-house apps.

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23 Feb 2011

RIM announced new Beta Twitter Client for BlackBerries

Research In Motion announced the availability of Twitter 1.1 beta for its Blackberry devices.

It is available now to Beta Zone testers for free.

Twitter 1.1 beta features such options as @replies push notification support; Direct Messages now appear in a threaded, conversational style similar to BBM; auto-complete support has been added to hashtags; better integration with other social feeds; retweets have been updated and are now included in the timeline; and touch screen BlackBerries can now perform new touch gestures to control their timeline.

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21 Jun 2010

Twitter App for Android Now Available

Twitter App for Android Now Available

The official Twitter application for Android devices is now available from the Android market. The app includes a home screen widget to keep up with status updates, as well as a geo-location function to pinpoint tweets on a map. Also, Twitter will add recent tweets to address book entries.

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11 May 2010

Twitter for BlackBerry public beta

Twitter for BlackBerry public beta

In case you didn't know, Twitter beta for BlackBerry is now open to anyone willing to try it out. The updated app offers comprehensive notification support for DMs, replies, and mentions, the ability to create and manage lists, on-device profile editing, magnified avatar viewing, and improved performance. If you're interested, here's the download link.

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27 Dec 2009

Nokia Added Twitter to Its Messaging Client

Nokia Messaging for Social Networks Beta app now has the ability to interact with Twitter. It also offers some new features for Facebook, which include the ability to upload pictures and videos, view upcoming events, search your friends, and click-to-call, email and SMS Facebook contacts.

The new software is compatible with Nokia's S60 5th Edition phones (N97, N97 Mini, and 5800).

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24 Nov 2009

New Social Networking App for Verizon Feature Phones

Verizon Wireless has recently announced a new free iSkoot application, called Social Beat that it is making social networking available to a wide selection of feature phones (20 models to be exact). The application allows Verizon customers to access their Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and other accounts all in one place. It lets users update their status and share information between any or all of their social networks, as well as view friends' activity, news feeds, status updates and new photos.

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