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Posts Tagged ‘Twitter client’

Tame, The First Context Search Engine For Twitter, Is Now Live

Tame, billing itself as the first context search engine for Twitter, launched globally last week, delivering relevant content around any specific topic to journalists, PR reps, and marketers in real-time.

Berlin-based Tame attempts to assuage the as-yet-unsolved problem of sifting through the Twitter firehose to find relevant and accurate information.

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Echofon Partners With Buffer To Deliver Smart New Twitter App

Do you use Buffer, the popular social media optimising app that lets you easily share content (including, uniquely, native retweets) on Twitter (and other social platforms) throughout the day? How about Echofon, the simple yet elegant iPhone/Android Twitter client?

Good news. The two have joined forces to create one of the smartest Twitter clients yet – Echofon users will now be able to share directly to Buffer via the app, allowing them to easily schedule all types of tweets and retweets, grab analytics on their click data, and more.

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Now Available: Twitter For Windows 8 (With Some Pretty Cool Features)

Twitter has released Twitter for Windows 8, an official new app that is available now in a really quite-impressive 22 languages.

In addition to the standard Twitter features, the app includes some cool new functionality that has been created to maximise the unique aspects of Windows 8.

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Twitter Adds Discover And Rich Media Search Functionality To iPhone And Android Apps

Yesterday was a big day for Twitter, who announced new functionality that will allow you to email tweets and some improvements to Twitter search. Some of these features have also been added to the latest builds of their official iPhone and Android apps, which are available to download now.

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New Twitter For Blackberry App Now Available

Do you like Twitter? Do you use a Blackberry? Do you like Twitter For Blackberry?

Well, you’re in luck, as Twitter has released a new update to its official Blackberry app, which now incorporates the expandable tweet functionality that the iPhone and Android Twitter apps received months ago.

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Social Media Dashboard HootSuite Now Has 3 Million Users [INFOGRAPHIC]

It’s a big day for HootSuite and another major milestone – the social media dashboard has just announced it’s 3,000,000th signup.

HootSuite, which has added a million users since July of last year, sends 1.5 daily messages, and has now been part of over 700 million total submissions sent via 6 million unique social profiles. Previously it took the platform 24 months to sign its millionth user, and eight months to move from one to two million users – the jump to three million has taken just six months.

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Introducing Tweephone – The World’s First Analogue Twitter Client [VIDEO]

Modern, sophisticated Twitter applications like Twitter for iPhone, HootSuite and TweetBot are all well and good, but if you want to do your tweeting old school, where do you go?

Enter Tweephone, the world’s first analogue Twitter client.

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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 And Facebook iPad Reader Flipboard Begins In-App Advertising Campaign

Flipboard, the iPad reader application that collects social networking content and presents it in the form of a magazine, have begun an in-app advertising model in an effort to generate a new revenue stream for the company.

The program will begin with a campaign by American Express, and will be shown to users who follow The New Yorker magazine’s Twitter or Facebook streams.

The ads are full-page, and part of a deal Flipboard has made with publisher Condé Nast. Other Condé titles, such as Wired and Bon Appétit, will also start to show ads through Flipboard to followers later in the year.

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Come On, Seriously, How Long Is Twitter Going To Continue To Support Blackberry?

As Lauren reported this morning, Seesmic have announced that they’ll be discontinuing support for their Blackberry app, effective June 30th, citing that they want to focus their efforts on their ‘most popular platforms’ – Android, iOS and even (gasp) Windows 7.

(Talk about a slap in the face.)

So here’s the question of the day: if Seesmic think the Blackberry isn’t worth their time, does that mean that pretty soon everybody will? Even Twitter themselves?

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