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Twitter changes how 'block' works, here's what you need to know! [Updated]

Twitter changes how 'block' works, here's what you need to know! [Updated]

Twitter has changed the way its "block" feature worked. Previously, user accounts you blocked could no longer follow the account you blocked them with, wouldn't appear in your timeline, and couldn't see your posts. They could still be retweeted by accounts you didn't block, and the people behind...
Twitter for Mac brings photos front and center, more

Twitter for Mac brings photos front and center, more

Twitter, the popular miniblogging service, has updated its own eponymous client for the Mac to version 3.0.0. The new version is available for immediate download from the Mac App Store. The 3.0.0 release gets a number of enhancements, such as more prominent photo previews; if you click on them,...
Twitter for iOS 6.0 adds swipable timelines, photos in direct messages

Twitter for iOS 6.0 adds swipable timelines, photos in direct messages

Twitter for iOS received a major update today, moving to version 6.0 with a refreshed design and some new tricks. The two major changes in the design are the new navigation bar and addition of the Activity and Discover timelines, accessed by swiping through the Timelines tab. Direct messages have...

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Twitter 6.3 brings photo tagging, lets you tweet up to four pics at once

Twitter 6.3 brings photo tagging, lets you tweet up to four pictures at once

Twitter updated their app to version 6.3 today, bringing photo tagging and the ability to tweet multiple photos at once. Twitter says that the goal of this is to make photos more social. You can now tag up to 10 people in a photo that you tweet. Importantly, tagging doesn't use any characters,...
Official Twitter for iOS app updated with smarter search filters, TV trends, more

Official Twitter for iOS app updated with smarter search filters, TV trends, more

The official Twitter for iOS app has been updated with a new way to better filter search results, hopefully to get you closer to what you want, faster. Esteban Kozak writes on the Twitter blog: If you want to see great photos, use the new photo search filter to see Tweets with photos in a...
New and updated apps: Pro Camera 7, Airbnb, BillGuard, and more!

New and updated apps: Pro Camera 7, Airbnb, BillGuard, and more!

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS App Store and Mac App Store. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got some updates a few photo editing apps, some social, and a little bit...
Twitter 6.1 makes it even easier to share photos

Twitter 6.1 makes it even easier to share photos

Twitter has been updated to version 6.1, adding new options and features, including making it easier to reply with and edit photos. A couple of other improvements have been made to login verifications and discovery. After tapping on a tweet, you can reply with a photo using the gallery icon....
Tweetly for iPhone: A great Twitter client for beginners and pictures takers

Tweetly for iPhone: A great Twitter client for beginners and pictures takers

Tweetly for iPhone is a new Twitter client for iPhone that focuses on providing a streamline user experience more than it focuses on containing every feature you could possibly cram into one client. For those that take and share a lot of photos, not only can you easily share your pictures, but...
Twitter changes how 'block' works, here's what you need to know! [Updated]

Twitter changes how 'block' works, here's what you need to know! [Updated]

Twitter has changed the way its "block" feature worked. Previously, user accounts you blocked could no longer follow the account you blocked them with, wouldn't appear in your timeline, and couldn't see your posts. They could still be retweeted by accounts you didn't block, and the people behind...
Twitter for iOS 6.0 adds swipable timelines, photos in direct messages

Twitter for iOS 6.0 adds swipable timelines, photos in direct messages

Twitter for iOS received a major update today, moving to version 6.0 with a refreshed design and some new tricks. The two major changes in the design are the new navigation bar and addition of the Activity and Discover timelines, accessed by swiping through the Timelines tab. Direct messages have...
Tweetbot for Mac gets bug fixes, Mavericks tweaks

Tweetbot for Mac gets bug fixes, Mavericks tweaks

Tapbots has posted Tweetbot 1.4 for Mac. It's a Twitter client that helps you manage multiple timelines, displaying different accounts in multiple windows and columns. Other features include Notification Center support, Retina display graphics, support read it later services like Pocket and...
Twitter for Mac brings photos front and center, more

Twitter for Mac brings photos front and center, more

Twitter, the popular miniblogging service, has updated its own eponymous client for the Mac to version 3.0.0. The new version is available for immediate download from the Mac App Store. The 3.0.0 release gets a number of enhancements, such as more prominent photo previews; if you click on them,...
Vector 25: Top tech stories of 2013!

Vector 25: Top tech stories of 2013!

Georgia Dow of ZEN & TECH joins Rene to talk about the top technology stories of 2013, including revelations about government surveillance, social networks and the mob mentality, boredom vs. change aversion, and the internet of things. Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe in...

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Twitter redesigns iPad web interface in HTML5

iPad users that use, 'twitter.com' in safari, instead of the downloadable iPad app will be getting a new HTML5 web app in the next few weeks

Currently, iPad users who navigate to 'twitter.com' are greeted with the old iPhone layout, with an option to switch to the default desktop UI. However Twitter announced on the 'Twitter Mobile' twitter account that they have begun rolling out a new HTML5 based web UI specifically for the iPad, which should reach all users in the coming weeks.

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Daily Tip: how to enable push notifications in Tweetbot for iPhone

Using Tweetbot and wondering how to enable the recently added experimental push notifications? Tapbots just recently opened up tons more slots in the beta program so if you haven't enabled it, there's still a good chance you can snag a slot.

The most common question I've been getting is how to enable push notifications. Although Tweetbot is a gorgeous Twitter client, the push settings are in a bit of a weird place. Follow along for a quick guide on how to try and activate push in Tweetbot.

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TweetFire for iPhone now available

TweetFire - a Twitter client with Speed and Push Notifications - is now available for iPhone.

TweetFire was built with speed and performance in mind. Are you tired of other clients that take forever to load and try to download all of your data at once? TweetFire is perfect for you! Fast loading and smart refreshing means that you can navigate Twitter at lightning speed.

  • A unique interface giving you shortcuts to all your favorite views in Twitter.
  • Shortcuts for Home Timeline, Mentions, DMs, Favorites, New Search, and User Profile view
  • Add more shortcuts for User Timelines, Searches, and Lists
  • NATIVE PUSH NOTIFICATIONS for mentions and other Tweeps you want to follow in real-time.
  • Multi-account support
  • A comprehensive URL scheme so other apps can interact with TweetFire
  • Flickr integration for posting pictures and tweeting them
  • A bunch of other photo sharing providers
  • Instapaper for saving links to tweets and urls
  • Kik Messenger for sharing tweets and urls with other Kik users
  • Deep Favstar.fm integration for viewing Favstar pages and awarding "Tweet of the Day"
  • Other sharing options for Facebook, Pinboard, Read It Later, Email, SMS, etc.
  • Save Tweet and DM as Draft, with images
  • Instagram integration
  • One tap search
  • One tap user profile view
  • Quickly add users to lists
  • Add other people's public lists to your home screen

TweetFire is available on the iPhone for free. Screenshots after the break.

[iTunes link]

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Tweetcaster Pro updates with iPad support

Tweetcaster Pro has been updated as a universal application for iPhone and iPad.

  • Multiple Account Support
  • Facebook Integration
  • “Zip It” (Hide unwanted tweets)
  • Peekaboo Links - Link Preview
  • In-App Notifications
  • Tweet Power Swipe
  • Timeline Search
  • iTunes Music Sharing and purchasing integration
  • Geolocation/Nearby functionality
  • Advanced Profile Editing
  • Multiple Themes
  • Custom Backgrounds
  • Follower Management
  • Long tweet Support
  • Draft Manager
  • Lists
  • Twitter Trends
  • Instapaper/Read It Later Integration
  • Threaded Conversations
  • Standard features such as Search, URL shortening, Photo/Video Uploading, Retweets (with or without comment)

I really like Tweetcaster's UI. It has a very nice design and makes good use of popups without overusing them. I'll likely be using Tweetcaster as my primary Twitter app on the iPad.

Tweetcaster Pro is available for $4.99. Screenshots after the break.

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Tweetbot for iPhone updated with many improvements

Tweetbot for iPhone has been updated to 1.3 and brings new features and improvements such as the ability to view local trends and translate direct messages.

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Twitter loses Reportage for iPhone

Reportage was WhereCloud's insanely creative iPhone Twitter app that let users "tune in" to other users' timeline -- like a radio station for tweets. I say was because Twitter's swerve away from the developer friendliness that helped them build their platform and their rapid acceleration into ownership plays that may -- or may not -- help them ensure its future has led WhereCloud to stop development.

Martin Dufort, who TiPb interviewed as part of our Developer Spotlight series two weeks ago, explains it was the the culmination of 4 changes by Twitter that led to his company's decision:

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More signs of iPad 3 Retina Display in iOS 5 beta Twitter frameworks?

@Frankrockz told TechUnwrapped he found some interesting iPad Retina Display sized graphics hidden in the Twitter frameworks of the just-released iOS 5 beta.

As I was going through the iOS SDK I came across some images in the new Twitter .framework. The resolution appears to be 1,536 x 2,048.

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Tweetbot update brings Twitter Photos support

Tweetbot — A Twitter Client with Personality, has received a big update today. It includes support for Twitter Photos, Pinboard, Bit.ly Pro, Instapaper, and much more!

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Twitter now an integrated part of iOS 5

iOS 5 was recently rumored to have Twitter integration built-in. From what Apple is showing today at WWDC 2011, there will now be a new feature they're referring to as a "tweet sheet" that integrates into "Twitter friendly apps".

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Daily Tip: how to customize push notifications for Twitter

Use a Twitter app on your iPhone and wondering how to customize a balance between getting far too many push notifications, or none at all? Between your main timeline, @ replies/mentions, direct messages (DMs), list notifications, and trending topics - it can be a little overwhelming. There's been talk of Twitter being integrated into iOS 5, but until then, you've got a few options. We'll show them to you after the break!

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Chirpy Twitter DM app updated to 2.0 [give-away]

Chirpy, the Twitter client for Direct Messages, has been updated to 2.0 and brings with it many new features and enhancements.

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Twitter announces new search, their own photo hosting

Twitter today announced improved search, and first-party (i.e. Twitter's own) image hosting service.

Today we're starting to roll out a completely new version of Twitter search. Not only will it deliver more relevant Tweets when you search for something or click on a trending topic, but it will also show you related photos and videos, right there on the results page. It's never been easier to get a sense of what's happening right now, wherever your curiosity takes you.

The image hosting is an even bigger deal, given the someone dubious licensing terms some third party hosts have been putting in place (taking ownership of users' photos as their own).

Millions of people share photos on Twitter every day. We're going to make that easier than ever. Over the next several weeks, we'll be releasing a feature to upload a photo and attach it to your Tweet right from Twitter.com. And of course, you'll soon be able to easily do this from all of our official mobile apps. A special thanks to our partner Photobucket for hosting these photos behind the scenes.

So expect updates for Twitter for iPhone and Twitter for iPad soon to take advantage of these new features... and perhaps some bigger announcements come the WWDC keynote on Monday...

Video after the break!

[Twitter blog]

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Could Twitter become the iPhone's BBM?

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BBM is one of the most compelling aspects of the BlackBerry experience -- could Apple be set to bring their own instant messaging service to iOS... via Twitter? MG Siegler said yesterday that Apple was going to be including Twitter image posting in iOS 5 and John Gruber added that the integration could be much broader, and at the system level. Then Siegler fired back:

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iOS 5 to include deep, system-wide Twitter integration?

Could iOS 5 include deep, system-wide Twitter integration? It could if TechCrunch and Daring Fireball are correct. First up, MG Siegler rumored:

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Twitter to force 3rd party apps to use more annoying authentication

Twitter has put up a blog post ostensibly to inform users that, in order to better secure and keep our direct messages (DMs) private, 3rd party apps will now be forced to use the web-based OAuth login method rather than the more native-feeling xAuth most of the use today.

When you first connect an application to Twitter, we’ll give you more detailed information about what you’re allowing the app to do with your account. These activities may include reading your Tweets, seeing who you follow, updating your profile, posting Tweets on your behalf, or accessing your direct messages. If you’re not comfortable with the level of access an application requests, simply say “No, thanks”.

So what this boils down to is, when you get a new Twitter app -- anything from a full client like Twitterrific or TweetBot down to apps that simply allow you to share content via Twitter, such as games and Instagram -- you won't be able to simply enter your username and password in the fields like you do today. Instead the app will have to call up an embedded browser window (UIWebView) and load up a Twitter.com page which then presents the more complex screen shown above.

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Twitter rolling out web app redesign resembling official iPhone app

Twitter is rolling out a significant redesign to their mobile website, the one you see when accessing Twitter.com via Safari on iPhone or iPod touch, and other mobile device browsers. The new web app layout is molded around the official Twitter for iPhone app and is heavily doused in HTML5 goodness, however the menu bar has been switched to the top instead of the bottom.

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Twitter buys Tweetdeck, what does this mean for iPhone apps?

No sooner does Tweetdeck's new, improved iPhone app hit the App Store than Twitter announces they've bought it, and right out from under UberMedia to boot.

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Top 25 gadget gurus you should follow -- Oh hai Rene!

Business Insider included our own managing editor, the illustrious Rene Ritchie on their Top 25 Tech And Gadget Gurus You Should Follow On Twitter.

Rene Ritchie is the French Canadian master of iPhone apps and news, editing and writing for TiPb.com, one of the most well known iOS blogs.

Follow Rene at @reneritchie

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Twitterrific updates brings iPad 2 camera support and much more

Twitterrific just received a huge update and brings many new features, improvements and bug fixes.

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Tweetbot once again redefines Twitter for iPhone

Tweetbot just hit the US App Store and boy is it a beauty. Tapbots has done it again and designed an application that is not only functional and pretty, but an artistic masterpiece that I cannot keep my hands off of. I was an instant critic when I read Tapbots' claim that Tweetbot is "a twitter client with personality", but they're right.

A text review can hardly do this app justice because it is impossible to put into words how beautifully Tweetbot is made. Sure, I can describe how, at your touch, a tweet slides up revealing a navigation bar while simultaneous emitting the perfect sound. I can explain that swiping a tweet to right reveals the conversation and swiping to left displays related tweets. I can tell you about smart gestures, multiple timelines, and customizable navigation. I can even spew out a concrete list of every feature that Tweetbot includes. What I can't provide you, however, is the experience.

The problem with Twitter clients these days is that they're all the same. Yes, the same. Sure, the features vary (slightly) between them and some come with cool themes. The experiences, however, are too alike. I used to get excited when a new Twitter app was released because each app offered something different, something new. Today, they all feel the same. What happened? When users flocked to a particular Twitter app, other devs copied what made that app special. Individualization was lost. Now the App Store is basically filled with slight variations of the same app - with the exception of Tweetbot.

Tweetbot is different. It's innovative and refreshing. Tweetbot isn't an app you use, it's one you interact with. Everything has an animation, a sound, a beautiful interface. And true to Tapbots' style, the sounds are subtle and pleasant - enriching the experience.

In case you can't tell, I'm a huge fan of Tweetbot, but it isn't for everybody. Tweetbot is full-featured, but doesn't have every possible feature known to those in the Twitter app world. Tweetbot doesn't have a mute option or display in-line photos. It doesn't have multiple themes or native push notifications (but it's compatible with Boxcar). If these features are deal-breakers to you, then Tweetbot isn't for you. Not yet anyway.

For those who are suckers for design, innovation, and dare I say, personality, Tweetbot will rock your world.

Check out the screenshot gallery after the break!

[$1.99 - iTunes link]

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