The good news is that Twitter has now officially announced a tablet-optimized version of its Android app. The bad news is that the app is currently available only for Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014).
The new design of Twitter for Android beta does away with the top black menu bar and replaces it with a guideline-abiding navigation bar and sidebar menu.
Welcome back to Google Play Weekly! In this week’s episode we talk about the demise of the 8GB Nexus 4, the latest huge update from Paypal, and more!
Samsung had a lot of exciting products to show off yesterday, but they may have inadvertently shown off the new Twitter app, complete with tablet interface.
Twitter has begun rolling out an update for its official app, making the conversations more — well, conversational. Rather than hunting down tweets between a series of people, you’ll now see the linear conversation in a thread (vine?). A few comments will be displayed, and the rest are viewable by expanding the conversation.
With the latest share numbers in, Google+ doesn’t seem to be doing so well. They come in last or second to last on both e-commerce and media metrics.
Twitter for Android has now received a brand new update, which adds a few new features including support for direct message syncing. Read on to learn more.
A new Falcon Pro update has gone live for existing token owners, but news of the update also hinted at an “experiment” to bypass Twitter’s token limit. Have you figured out how to do it?
Vine has been available for Android users for a while now, however many people have criticized the app for the lack of key features like a search bar. Luckily the guys at Vine have been hard at work and the first update has brought some much needed features. Read on for more!
Instagram announced a new service, Video on Instagram, which will be similar to Twitter’s Vine short video sharing service. Read on for more details!