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Which Apps And Platforms Drive The Most Twitter Shares? [STUDY]

Which Apps And Platforms Drive The Most Twitter Shares? [STUDY]

Which platforms and apps do you use when sharing to Twitter?

If you’re like 85 percent of users, it’s the Twitter.com website that drives the bulk of your shares, ahead of the tweet button (71 percent), Twitter for iPhone (64 percent), Instagram (35 percent) and iOS (30 percent).

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Twitter Launches Mobile App Promotion Suite

Twitter Launches Mobile App Promotion Suite

Twitter acquired MoPub way back in September of last year but, until now, hasn’t done much with the purchase. Well, be still your beating heart, as Twitter has just unveiled a new mobile app promotion suite which uses MoPub technology, which will allow marketers to promote their apps both on and off Twitter.

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Twitter Apps Are Now More Secure

Twitter Apps Are Now More Secure

Users of Twitter apps can breathe a little easier now, as Twitter has enforced stricter security rules for app developers.

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Twitter For Mac Now Features Expandable Timelines, Explorable Tweets, Slicker Design

Twitter For Mac Now Features Expandable Timelines, Explorable Tweets, Slicker Design

Twitter has updated the official Twitter For Mac application with a number of new features, including expandable timelines, plus a revised design that brings the product into line with its other apps.

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Twitter Puts Out New Dumbed-Down, Salesy App Store Screenshots

Twitter Puts Out New Dumbed-Down, Salesy App Store Screenshots

Twitter just rolled out an app update that includes the ability to send photos in DMs, and get in-app notifications when people DM you, favorite, retweet or reply to your tweets.

Here’s what Twitter rolled out in tandem with its app enhancements: new app store screenshots overlaid with dumbed-down tips about the network.

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Twitter Updates Its Apps With New Search Filters And Trending TV Highlights

Twitter Updates Its Apps With New Search Filters And Trending TV Highlights

Twitter rolled out an app update for iOS and Android this week with new search filters and increased focus on conversations surrounding TV.

Below, a walkthrough of the new Twitter app features.

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Tweetbot Gets An Update For iOS7

Tweetbot Gets An Update For iOS7

User favorite third-party Twitter app Tweetbot got an update for iOS7, and it’s pretty impressive.

The Tapbots team completely re-designed Tweetbot from the ground up for iOS7. Here’s a rundown of what’s changed.

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Twitter For Windows Phone 3.0 Is Ultra-Customizable

Twitter For Windows Phone 3.0 Is Ultra-Customizable

Twitter just introduced a new version of Twitter for Windows Phone with a set of features that users can customize specifically for the Windows platform.

Pretty cool. Below, a feature-by-feature walkthrough of what’s new.

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Twitter Is Now Optimized For Your Android Tablet

Twitter Is Now Optimized For Your Android Tablet

Twitter launched its official Twitter For Android app way back in April 2010, but until now the product has only been optimised for mobile devices, and not tablets.

Good news. Yesterday, Twitter For Android was officially released for Android tablets, and it comes with a ton of features, including landscape view, multi-screen view, widgets, a tool that lets you illustrate your tweets, and more.

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Former Twitter Engineer Creates App That Lets You Delete Your Tweets With A Hashtag

Deleting tweets is a controversial practice, but does have its uses – and now former Twitter engineer Pierre Legrain has created an app to let you do so in an organized fashion.

“Spirit for Twitter” enables Twitter users to schedule their own tweets to be deleted. Here’s how it works.

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