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Posts Tagged ‘iOS 5’

Goodbye TwitPic, Yfrog? Twitter Becomes #1 Photo Hosting Service

Twitter announced that it would offer an official image hosting and uploading service in August of this year, and it looks like it’s taken a chunk of out the third-parties that used to be the leaders in the space since then.

Twitter has become the number one photo sharing service on the network, with 36.1 percent of all shares coming from its official service.
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Twitter For iPhone, iPad 3.5.0 Released, Adds Twitter Photo Support

Twitter has released the latest build of their popular Twitter client for iPhone and iPad, which includes several new features, including support for Twitter’s ‘new’ photo sharing service.

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Twitter Sees 4 Billion SMS Per Month, Expects Much More Growth

Twitter is going through quite a boom. In the past nine months alone, the company has seen more infrastructure growth than in its previous five years. And a lot of that action is happening on mobile.
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Twitter To Host iOS 5 Developer Conference Mid-October

It is common knowledge by now that Twitter is going to be deeply integrated into Apple’s forthcoming iOS 5 operating system. And it looks like Twitter thinks this will be a game changer: they’re holding two developers conferences outside of San Francisco to ensure that their developers are ready for their new playground.
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CONFIRMED: Twitter To Be Built Into iOS 5

As was anticipated, Steve Jobs took to the Apple World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) today to announce Apple’s next generation of mobile operating system, iOS 5 – and that Twitter will be deeply integrated into the system. More details on just how deeply from the Twitter blog below.
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