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Twitter introduces their own photo filters

Twitter introduces their own photo filters

Hot on the heals of Instagram's new big update that includes a new filter -- not to mention their removal of Twitter card and embed support! -- Twitter has released an update to their iPhone app that allows you to add filters to your photos when sharing them to Twitter. They even made a fancy...
Instagram kills Twitter integration deader

Instagram kills Twitter integration deader

Instagram, the Facebook owned social photo network, that previously cut off support for Twitter's media-rich card feature has now cut off all support for any all forms of embedded images. Twitter confirmed the change in an update to their original post: Instagram has disabled photo...
Instagram cuts off support for Twitter cards, wants you to go to the website instead.

Instagram cuts off support for Twitter cards, wants you to go to the website instead.

Instagram, the popular and now Facebook-owned image filtering and sharing app, has cut off support for Twitter's embedded card view. Twitter cards are one of the ways in which Twitter is trying to offer "rich experiences" within timelines for "value added partners", and likely one of the reasons...
Oprah tweets her love for the Microsoft Surface from an iPad

Oprah tweets her love for the Microsoft Surface from an iPad

Oprah Winfrey is supporting the Microsoft Surface, and one of the ways she chose to promote the tablet was to sing its praises through a tweet claiming to have purchased several for Christmas -- from an iPad. Unfortunately, whoever runs Oprah's Twitter account, be it Oprah herself or an assistant...
Twitter 5.1 for iPhone and iPad now available

Twitter 5.1 for iPhone and iPad now available

Twitter for iPhone and iPad has been updated with several new features that focuses on headlines and photos, discovering popular tweets, and searching for a new perspective. You can now preview photos and article summaries in Discover without tapping and "View all Tweets" to see what's popular...
iMore, ADN, and the importance of different answers

iMore, ADN, and the importance of different answers

We've had @iMore set up on App.net for a while now but this week we flipped the switch to start posting our stories there. We're using IFTTT.com to handle the posts, and it's not a great solution. Basically it checks the iMore RSS from Twitter and then copies that over to ADN. Unfortunately that...
Twitter for iPad gets new, completely, sliding-panel free redesign

Twitter for iPad gets new, completely, sliding-panel free redesign

Twitter has finally -- finally! -- updated the iPad interface to the new look and feel both Twitter.com and the iPhone interface have had for a while now. While it's good to see Twitter hasn't abandoned the iPad the way they seemingly have the Mac app, the update is also more of a mixed bag of...
Iterate 29: Esmaeili

Iterate 29: Esmaeili

Marc and Rene talk about the Amazon Kindle and Nokia Lumia events, 4Cast.me, and Retinizer, and interview M.Saleh Esmaeili of Carbon for webOS, Windows Phone, and Android fame. This is Iterate! Our podcast feed Download Directly Subscribe via iTunes Iterations Amazon Kindle Fire...
Tweetbot for Mac beta is here. Sort of.

Tweetbot for Mac beta is here. Sort of.

The Tweetbot for Mac alpha is set to expire today. Tapbots has released a beta to replace it, but it comes with a huge, Twitter-policy forced, caveat: You can't add any previously un-added Twitter accounts to it. Developer Paul Haddad explains why on the Tapbots blog: You can grab the...
Why Twitter's new token limits caused Tapbots to remove the Tweetbot for Mac alpha download link

Why Twitter's new token limits caused Tapbots to remove the Tweetbot for Mac alpha download link

Recently the Tweetbot for Mac public alpha download was pulled from the Tapbots website, leading to questions and concerns about its status and its future, given Twitter new, 3rd party client-hostile API changes. To address all of this, and further explain what Twitter API 1.1 means for Tweetbot...
Editor's desk: Forumed, friendless, and fined

Editor's desk: Forumed, friendless, and fined

This week was a blur punctuated by something neither tragic nor triumphant. Part gut check, part gut punch. So let's spin up the FTL drives and jump right to it... iMore Forums app Earlier this week we launched the iMore Forums app for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Thousands of you have...
Brace yourself, and your iPhone, for back-to-school

Brace yourself, and your iPhone, for back-to-school

First day of school in today's digital world -- love it! At what age did your kids get their own iPhone? Source: Marlette Cartoons Facebook Page
On the future of Twitter: Developer reactions

On the future of Twitter: Developer reactions

I've already had my rant, as have John Gruber, Matthew Panzarino, Lex Friedman, M.G. Siegler, Jerry Hildenbrand, Benjamin Brooks, Shawn Blanc, and many others across the blogsphere. Which is good, because tech bloggers, especially Apple and mobile tech bloggers, tend to be monster Twitter users (...
Twitter raises API walls, seems intent on starving out traditional apps

Twitter raises API walls, seems intent on starving out traditional apps

Twitter has announced the upcoming version 1.1 of their API, and provided yet more "direction" to Twitter app developers. First, it's important to remember that the sky isn't falling. The Twitter apps you use today will still be usable tomorrow. The community you enjoy right now will still be...
iOS 6 preview: Siri shares to Facebook and Twitter, launches apps for everyone

iOS 6 preview: Siri shares to Facebook and Twitter, launches apps for everyone

Siri was a bit of a tease on iOS 5 and the iPhone 4S -- while it could send Messages and Mails, it couldn't send status updates to Twitter or Facebook, and it couldn't even open an app. With iOS 6, however, Siri is not only launching on the iPad, but it's launching you into any app on your device...
Apple rumored to make a possible investment in Twitter

Apple rumored to be considering investment in Twitter

Apple is rumored to be considering a rather large investment in the popular social network, Twitter. The investment would be in the hundreds of millions of dollars, and could push Twitter from an $8.5 billion valuation to $10. Evelyn M. Rusli and Nick Bilton, writing for the The New York Times,...
iMore show 302: Twitterpocalypse Now-ish

iMore show 302: Twitterpocalypse Now-ish

Georgia, Seth, and Rene talk about iMore 2.0, when accessory reviews go wrong, Twitter's antagonism towards developers, and luxury branded iPhones, and give away two $600 prizes! This is the iMore show! Subscribe via iTunes: Audio | Video Subscribe via RSS: Audio | Video Download directly: Audio...
Twitter for iPhone 4.3 review

Twitter for iPhone 4.3 review

Earlier today, Twitter updated its iPhone app to version 4.3 that includes new features like expanded tweets, per-user notifications, and more. For new Twitter users, this update is excellent. When you first log into Twitter for iPhone, you are taken through a series of screens that help you...
Expanded tweets, per-user notifications, and more now available in Twitter for iPhone

Expanded tweets, per-user notifications, and more now available in Twitter for iPhone

Twitter's mobile team has been hard at work turning the functionality dial to maximum for their latest update, Twitter for iPhone 4.3. You can now enjoy the same expanded tweet's in the iPhone app that you get on the Twitter.com website. Here's what the Twitter bog had to say: Since we...
Official Twitter for iPhone app leak reveals major update, interactive features and better notifications

Official Twitter for iPhone app leak reveals major update, interactive features and better notifications

The official Twitter for iPhone app is about to receive new interactive features along with a much better notification system. The information comes by way of a leaked App Store update description spotted by [9to5 Mac].(http://9to5mac.com/2012/07/08/major-twitter-for-iphone-update-incoming-more-...

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