Posts Tagged ‘Twitter for iPhone’
iOS 7 was released yesterday and Twitter didn’t delay in updating their popular iPhone and iPad apps – they were available to download twenty minutes after iOS 7 launched at 10am PST.
Indeed, the demand for iOS 7 was so high that you’ll find it significantly easier to get the new Twitter apps than the operating system – not that there would have been a lot of point doing things t’other way around, even if you could.
Twitter is preparing for its biggest product redesign in close to two years, with a complete overhaul of its popular mobile app in progress as the company looks to attract a larger, more mainstream audience ahead of its IPO, reports AllThingsD.
While they have not commented officially, AllThingsD’s sources say that Twitter is waiting for the release of Apple’s much-hyped iOS 7 operating system before releasing an initial update to their iPhone and iPad apps, with a richer, from-the-ground-up revamp expected later this year.
This week, Twitter rolled out updates to its Android and iPhone apps that make mobile tweeting more seamless than ever.
Here’s a quick rundown of the mobile updates.
Complementing its earlier announcement on new Twitter card options, the microblogging platform is pushing its design enhancements into overdrive with newly announced mobile updates.
And this time they’re rolling it out to Android, iPhone and that entire mobile web at the same time – though you may have to wait a little bit regardless.
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.
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.
New versions of the official Twitter apps for iPhone and Android were released yesterday, both of which contain a wealth of new features, including a welcome return to Tweetie-style swipe functionality, as well as addressing concerns about the Find Friends feature that stored the phone contact lists of users without warning.
Loren Brichter, the creator of first Tweetie and then Twitter for iPhone, has just left the company.
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