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Twitter Has Just Updated Your Profile Page. What Do You Think?

In an announcement made live this morning on the TODAY show, Twitter’s CEO Dick Costolo explained that some pretty big changes are coming to everyone’s Twitter profiles.

Namely, we all now have the option to upload a cover photo to our Twitter profiles that will display on Twitter.com, Twitter for Android, iPhone, and iPad.
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Now Advertisers Can Target iOS And Android Users With Their Promoted Tweets

Twitter announced on Tuesday that advertisers now have access to expanded options when it comes to serving up Promoted Tweets to smartphone users.
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Twitter Stores iPhone Users’ Full Contact List For 18 Months

Do you know who has access to your private information? If you’re an iPhone user, I bet Twitter has access to more of it than you’re aware of.

By clicking the “Find Friends” feature to scan your contact list for people already on Twitter, you’ve given Twitter access to your entire contact list, and allowed them to store it in their servers for a full 18 months.
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Buffer Launches iPhone App So You Can Schedule Your Tweets On The Go

If you haven’t tried Buffer yet, you should. It’s a light-weight, simple tool for scheduling your tweets when your followers will see them, so you get more clicks, retweets and mentions.

And Buffer has just launched its brand new iPhone app, making it even easier for you to pop your tweets into your Buffer and let the magic happen – while you’re on the subway, at a restaurant or in the park.
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Twitter Is Third Most-Popular Website For iPhone Users

The deep Twitter integration with Apple products is paying off big time for the network. Not only has Twitter’s official photo sharing service beaten out popular third-party apps like TwitPic and Yfrog, but new data from Nielsen shows that Twitter.com is seeing a boost as well.
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Creator Of Twitter For iPhone Leaves Company

iPhone 4 - Twitter Loren Brichter, the creator of first Tweetie and then Twitter for iPhone, has just left the company.
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iPhone Vs. Android: The Social Apps Battle [INFOGRAPHIC]

Is there a difference between how iPhone users and Android users access their social media? Apparently so. Owners of each device favor Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Foursquare differently, accessing some social apps more than others.
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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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6 Third-Party iOS Twitter Apps Ready To Capitalize On The #Dickbar Debacle

On Tuesday night Twitter released an update to its official iOS app that addresses some bugs, but most notably changes the QuickBar (which had acquired the nickname the DickBar) so that it is pinned to the top of the screen and no longer floats. But third-party apps had been capitalizing on the #dickbar brouhaha, and it remains to be seen if the natives will be placated by the changes enough not to abandon the official app. What free third-party clients have the most to gain?
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Twitter Adds New Features To iPhone and iPad Apps

Twitter Thursday released a significant update to its official apps for the iPhone and iPad. A few changes incorporate recent upgrades Twitter had made to apps on other devices and one, a new swipe bar displaying trends and promoted trends, is exclusive to the iPhone.

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