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Instagram Beat Out Twitter For Daily Mobile Users In August [STATS]

For the first time in history, Instagram saw more daily users in the United States accessing its app on mobile than Twitter did. The month of August saw nearly half a million more users augmenting their photos with sepia-toned and retro lenses than sending 140 character messages every day.
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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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New Speakers Confirmed for Smartphone & Tablet Games Summit – June 26th in San Francisco

The Smartphone & Tablet Games Summit has added 10 additional speakers to its conference agenda. In addition to the current roster of gaming and mobile leaders, the following new speakers will be joining the June 26th event in San Francisco:

  • Matt Kelly, Engineer, Developer Relations, Facebook
  • Clay Kellogg, Head of Mobile Platform and Partnerships, Strategy and Sales, Google
  • Niranjan Nagar, Strategic Partner Manager for Games, Facebook
  • Gabriel Leydon, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Machine Zone
  • Jamil Moledina, VP Business Development, Funzio
  • Justin Siegel, Co-Founder & CEO, MocoSpace
  • Scott Prather, Senior Director, Business Development, PlayPhone
  • Shawn Foust, VP of Business Development, PlayMesh
  • Phyllis Guo, Chief Strategist, The9 Limited
  • Yasmin Naboa, Head of Business Development North America, GamesAnalytics

View the full program and speaker lineup here.

A very limited number of passes are available at the early bird price of $499 (on-site price is $699). This price will be good through Wednesday, May 23rd only, so take advantage of early registration pricing and sign up now.

Twitter Mobile Site Updated, Looks Great Even On An Old Phone

Twitter has updated their mobile web experience to ensure that those using older feature phones, low-bandwidth networks or old browsers will be able to have the same experience as those on smartphones.
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Should Twitter Own The “Pull To Refresh” Patent?

Twitter has filed a patent application to own the “pull to refresh” functionality, which is increasingly popular on a whole slew of mobile apps, including Facebook and Google+. But should Twitter really be able to own something as basic as pulling the screen down to refresh it?
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Twitter Ads Will Start Appearing On Your Smartphone Soon

Mobile Twitter users, your time has come: you will soon start to see ads in your apps.

Expanding its advertising – called Promoted Products – into its mobile apps is yet another way that Twitter is looking to ramp up its revenue-generating products.
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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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Don’t Have The #NewNewTwitter Yet? Here’s How To Get It

Everyone seems to be fawning over the new “new Twitter”, and its fancy new navigation, layout and the rest. But you’re left out in the cold – you haven’t been switched over yet, and you don’t want to be left out of the loop any longer.

Well, here’s how you can get access to the new Twitter.com just in time for the weekend.
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Twitter Mobile Usage In Europe More Than Doubles Over Past Year

Twitter is growing in popularity with Europeans on the go. According to new figures from ComScore, Twitter.com and its official apps saw 115 percent growth year-over-year in September 2011.
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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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