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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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Mobile Twitter Users Share 3X As Much As Facebook Users

Facebook might be the social behemoth in terms of number of users, but Twitter takes the crown for being the network with the most engaged users – at least on mobile.
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Don’t Want To Read Your Whole Twitter Timeline? Why Not Listen To It Instead?

Life can get pretty busy sometimes. Running to catch the train just in time, catching up on the news while you ride to work, dealing with clients, bosses, meetings, conference calls, and then the email-riddled ride home… there simply aren’t enough hours in the day to do everything.

And that’s where Tweet Speaker, a new Twitter app, comes in. Rather than making it easier for you to read your timeline, it will read it to you, allowing you to plug you headphones into your smartphone and listen to your timeline during your commute, lunch break, at the gym or whenever you have half an ear free.
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Goodbye Information Overload: Strawberryj.am Digs Out The Best Links From Your Twitter Connections

Twitter is simply a deluge of information. Links, thoughts, images pour in non-stop, sending your timeline into a flurry of activity every time it’s refreshed.

Enter Strawberryj.am. This cute and simple app condenses all of the links shared by the people you’re interested in on Twitter, and only shows you the most popular ones. So instead of sifting through the 500 links in your timeline in the past hour and a half, you’re served only the juiciest, most-shared, and most-retweeted morsels.
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Twitter Vigilantes Now Get Points For Reporting Spam Accounts

How many times have you tweeted about a trending topic or a hot commodity like the iPhone and received a spammy response from a total stranger? If this has ever happened to you, you now have the option to get back at the spammers, while making Twitter a better place and earning points. A recipe for success if I’ve ever seen one.
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Twitter-Owned TweetDeck Kills Off Deck.ly, Users Can No Longer Send Messages Longer Than 140 Characters

It’s taken a while, but Twitter has finally focused its attention on not-so-recently purchased TweetDeck. And it’s attention comes in the form of an axe.

The first feature to get chopped from TweetDeck is its deck.ly app, which enabled users to tweet things longer than 140 characters by redirecting those interested in reading the extended post to a separate web page.
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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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Using Buffer Increases Clicks By 200%, Doubles Retweets

Want to double the number of retweets you see? Or how about add over 100 new followers in 3 weeks (without buying them, or participating in a Twitter pyramid scheme)?

By using Buffer, the company says you’ll see all this and more.
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Tweet From Gmail With This One Simple Trick

There are countless Twitter apps out there to make your tweeting experience easier, but until now there hasn’t been an easy way to send your 140 character thoughts from within Gmail or other Google properties.

This new app, however, brings tweeting functionality to your Gmail account, so you can tweet while you email. Check it out in action below.
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Attention BlackBerry Users: Seesmic Is Discontinuing Its Twitter App At The End Of The Month

It seemed like a good pairing, Seesmic being an enterprise level Twitter client and BlackBerry being (still) the top choice for businesses. Unfortunately the two business solutions won’t be together for much longer. Seesmic will be discontinuing support for its BlackBerry app at the end of June, effectively signaling that all of its users must look elsewhere for a BlackBerry Twitter dashboard.
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