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Tweedle: Simple and elegant Twitter client app

by: Alvin YbañezSeptember 12, 2012

There are a variety of third-party Twitter apps on the Google Play Store but, among all of them, only one has been granted a seat on my Android phone. I’m not really a Twitter fan, nor am I a hardcore Twitter user who likes to keep my account updated 24/7. A Twitter app that is simple, clean, and has all the basic functions is good for me. If you’re like me, then you will love using the Tweedle for Twitter app on your Android phone. It’s a simple and elegant Twitter client app.

The Tweedle for Twitter app is just like any third-party app for Twitter. With numerous Twitter apps around, this app was able to capture my attention, not with its extended [...]

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Via.Me official Android app: Centralizing your Facebook and Twitter experience

by: Dan EvansSeptember 7, 2012

The Internet is bustling with information. Everything you could ever need is right at your fingertips, as well as the power to share our own findings. A number of websites already exist for sharing and discovering content.

Facebook is one way to discover new things, but you’d need to sift through your friends’ status updates. There’s also Tumblr but that can quickly get overwhelming as people you follow share anything and everything. Then there’s Twitter, which allows you to make 140-character updates about what you’re doing, thinking, or watching. Those aren’t the only social media and network sites out there. Being able to keep up [...]

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TweetLine: Feature-loaded Twitter client

by: Carl ParkerSeptember 3, 2012

Numerous Twitter client apps for Android are springing up like wildflowers, each one bringing added features to improve the user experience, such as features allowing you to tweet more than the allotted 140 characters or integrating photo-sharing services with your tweets. More and more features are added to third-party Twitter apps, all in an effort to stand out from among rival apps.

Developed by HappyDr0id, TweetLine is also among these third-party apps with added or extra capabilities. Although TweetLine is still in its testing version, the app already has the essential components and extra capabilities for Twitter fans.

TweetLine’s features [...]

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Is Twitter edging out third-party mobile and desktop clients?

by: J. Angelo RacomaAugust 29, 2012
Twitter has ceased displaying the source client on tweets. Is the social networking edging out third-party developers in favor of its homegrown client?
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Current Caller ID app shows social profile, stats of caller, even before you answer

by: J. Angelo RacomaAugust 9, 2012

Mobile devices have made communication ubiquitous and persistent. With our mobile devices essentially tethered to our analog lives, we text, call, chat and email almost everywhere. Case in point: have you ever answered a call while in the shower? Perhaps if you’re anticipating an important call or message, you won’t find this so strange.

But it’s this very attitude that can sometimes cause trouble. What if you’re calling your boss at an inopportune moment? Or perhaps you’re sending a message to someone in a different time zone, and she can’t answer because it’s 3 AM. A simple Android app can help add some context to your [...]

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Carbon for Android Twitter client coming for free on July 22

by: Bogdan PetrovanJuly 16, 2012

The Carbon Twitter client has been very appreciated on the defunct WebOS platform, and has also made the jump to Windows Phone. We’ve been hearing for a few months now about an Carbon for Android app that is in the works, and today we finally have some good news for all you Twitter maniacs out there.

In a post on Google Plus, Carbon for Android developers Dots & Lines have announced that the Twitter client will launch on July 22, and it will come for free. No, this won’t be an ad-supported app (the Carbon team hates them as much as you do), but a completely free, premium app.

How generous of Dots & Lines, you might say. Well, the decision to make Carbon [...]

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Twitter for Android gets major update

by: Ankit BanerjeeJuly 12, 2012

Twitter has become a social media phenomenon unmatched by any other. The ability to receive updates from friends, your favorite celebrities, and about what happens around the world in just 140 characters is the basis for its immense popularity. Moreover, the availability of the Twitter mobile app across all platforms mean it’s never been easier to stay connected to the Twitter-verse.

The official Twitter app for Android has just received a major update. This update, that takes the app to version 3.3, introduces a host of new exciting features alongside the usual tweaks and bug fixes. New features include:

Expanded Tweets: when you [...]
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Twitter Expanded Tweets improved, coming soon to Android and iPhone

by: Chris SmithJune 14, 2012

Twitter announced earlier today that its Expanded Tweets will let users experience more in-tweet content from certain Twitter partners including article previews, images and video content, without leaving the site. The new functionality builds on existing Twitter features that currently allow users to watch tweeted YouTube videos and see images right inside the tweet.

The new Expanded Tweets will be available from a variety of publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The San Francisco Chronicle or Der Spiegel Online. Photos from WWE, BuzzFeed and TMZ and videos from BET, 106 & Park, Lifetime and Dailymotion will also be available [...]

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“The Samsung Facebook”: Samsung rumored to build it’s own social network (denies all)

by: Chris SmithJune 14, 2012

Samsung is apparently not happy to be one of the most important electronic device makers on the planet, without having its own social network, and it looks like the company is already working on such a project, dubbed internally “Samsung Facebook.”

The Korea Times reports that Samsung will launch its yet unnamed social network at some point in the first quarter of 2013, and that the product is meant to work across a variety of devices, made by Samsung and by other companies:

To allow users to access the social networking service from anywhere, at anytime and on any device, Samsung plans to integrate it with Amazon’s cloud computing [...]

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T4T brings full Twitter experience to Android tablets.

by: ClaytonJune 12, 2012

Using an Android tablet to browse social media can be very convenient, especially when you’d like to get a complete view of your feed. As nice as that sounds, sometimes developers don’t optimize their apps to take full advantage of all that sweet screen real estate. Pesky issue, but the developers of the T4T (Twitter for Tablet) app aim to bring you a full Twitter experience without the difficulty of navigating a mobile app.


The app utilizes the full screen of your tablet to provide scrolling timelines of Tweets. By swiping right and left, you can view all recent tweets from those you follow, as well as tweets of your own. You can quickly [...]

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