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Posts Tagged ‘Third-Party’

The Complete List Of Twitter Certified Products

Twitter has recently created a Certified Products Program, where it highlights those third-party apps and software that extend the Twitter experience and get the company’s wholehearted thumbs up. Want to know which apps made the cut? We’ve got the full list here.
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Twitter Apps No Longer Let You See Where Tweets Came From

If you’re a longtime Twitter user, you might get pretty miffed at the latest change to be quietly rolled out at Twitter HQ: when using Twitter through official apps and its website, you will no longer be able to see which third-party apps the tweets in your timeline came from.
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Will Twitter’s New Stricter Rules For Developers Hurt Your Favorite Twitter App?

In an expected move, Twitter has announced new rules for its developer community that will make it difficult for some of the larger third-party Twitter clients to continue to tap into the Twitter API.
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Jack Dorsey To Twitter Developers: “We want to hear from you”

Jack Dorsey is asking Twitter developers for their “candid feedback” on the tools and materials they need to help with their products. He reached out on the Twitter developers’ blog, in order to take stock of what’s happening in the developer community before the deep integration of Twitter into iOS 5.
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How Many People Really use Twitter.com?

When Twitter announced changed to its API last week – and effectively told developers to stop making Twitter clients – they claimed that 90% of Twitter users access official Twitter apps each month. However, marketing company Sysomos questioned this figure, which contrasted with their earlier findings that the majority of Twitter users access Twitter through third-party clients. So, how many people really use Twitter.com, and what do the numbers mean?
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Are you a Twitter.com User or a Third-Party App User?

The results are in, and Twitter.com still dominates the average Twitter user – 78% of people use this official, web-based version of Twitter to send out tweets, follow celebs, and get their breaking news. Check out this infographic for more cool Twitter use stats.

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