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Posts Tagged ‘twitter ipad’

Spanish Startup Tweet Category Rolls Out A New Twitter Analytics iPad App

There are lots of valuable tools that help maximize the role of social media in events, from Livefyre NewsHubs to Google+ hangouts to chatter tracking tools like Hashtracking and Storify.

Spanish startup Tweet Category is throwing another one in the mix, with the launch of their spiffy new iPad app that generates customized Twitter reports for events, measuring complete statistics for tweets and hashtags, including user influence, engagement, reach and more.

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How Big Was The New iPad On Twitter? [CHART]

Apple announced the new iPad on Wednesday, and the response, both from the general public and mainstream media, has been, as usual, huge.

With a stunning Retina 2048×1536 pixel display, dual-core A5X chip, quad-core graphics and 4G connectivity – plus a cheaper iPad 2 – there’s certainly been plenty to talk about. But what did Twitter think?

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Just How Deeply Will Twitter Be Integrated Into Apple’s New iOS5 On The iPhone And iPad?

The 2011 Apple World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) gets underway at 10am in San Francisco today and as well as promised news on Mac OS X Lion and their new streaming iCloud service, Apple is expected to unveil the next generation of their mobile operating system: iOS5.

For Twitter users who own an iPhone or iPad, this is exciting stuff, as rumours suggest that  Apple is ‘building Twitter in deeply’ into iOS5. But what exactly does that mean?

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New HootSuite For iPad Update: You Had Me At Two Columns (And Now You Have Three)

Long-term readers will likely be well aware of my love for web browser-based Twitter client HootSuite, which I converted to pretty much exclusively in April 2010. I’d guess probably 99% of my tweets come from HootSuite.com. Like many others, I hope, as I’d hate to see HootSuite go down because of freeloading, I also pay for the premium version.

On the iPad, HootSuite was already my client of choice, but it wasn’t perfect. A strange decision to permanently float the interface to control the streams on the left side of the screen meant that the user could only see two columns at any one time.

A couple of days ago HootSuite released a new upgrade of the app (2.1.2) which included a vast improvement to the user interface, and cemented the software’s position as the de facto iPad Twitter experience.

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