Twitter overhauls profile pages, adds “cards” interface

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On desktops, Twitter and Facebook have always been different, and for good reason. The type of content that flows through each feed isn’t nearly the same. That being said, Twitter is unveiling a new desktop UI for profile pages. Complete with profile pictures tucked away in banner images, ...

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Cover Lock Screen acquired by Twitter

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At AndroidGuys, we’ve been long-time fans of Cover Lock Screen. It offers a customizable, beautiful lock screen replacement that other apps haven’t come close to matching. Things might change a bit around Cover headquarters as they announced today that they are acquired by Twitter. ...

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Twitter enhances photo experience for mobile apps

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Twitter this week is updating its mobile apps for Android and iOS with enhanced photo features. First, users can now attach up to four images to a tweet when composing a status update. What’s more, users can also tag up to ten friends in a photo; friends will be notified if tagged. For ...

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Flyne lets you read offline! (App of the Day)

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Flyne is a beautiful Twitter and Feedly reader that allows you to read your feeds offline. Joaquim Verges, the developer of the popular Twitter app Falcon Pro, has created another very functional, very pretty app. Flyne’s main goal is to provide you with news from Twitter lists and Feedly ...

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Share content on multiple social networks at once with Polarbear Beta [App of the Day]

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If you’re like most people who use social networking, odds are you would like to post to multiple sites and accounts at once. The process of copy and pasting your text and posting it on different sites can get monotonous very quickly. Polarbear Beta for Android is here to help with that ...

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Talon for Twitter updated to 2.0 with floating compose button, new widgets, and more!

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Talon for Twitter, one of our favorite Twitter apps, received a much needed updated today. Not long ago, we wrote that Talon was taking a huge step in the right direction. From the theme customizations to the great use of Immersive Mode, Talon was a force to be reckoned with. It was. Soon after ...

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No porn for you: Vine changes TOS

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If you tend to visit more unconventional sources for your pornographic needs, you might want to sit down for this. Vine has just announced that they are officially banning sexually explicit posts. They have previously taken action in making sexual content more difficult to find, but the company ...

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Create your own Flappy Bird-style game with Code.org

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We’ve already told you how to get Flappy Bird on your Android device now that it’s gone, but why not just create your own “flappy” game? Today Code.org, a non-profit organization that aims to get more students interested in computer science, crossed two milestones, ...

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(UPDATE) Dayframe adds Chromecast support

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Now that Google opened up the Chromecast SDK to the public, more apps are gaining support for the tiny wifi-connected dongle. One of the newest is Cloud TV’s Dayframe that was recently updated to version 2.0. In the slideshow app Dayframe 2.0, besides have a new user experience and ...

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Red Nexus 5 leaked again, now a little more official than before

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If you’ve been keeping tabs on mobile news lately, you’d know that there are more than enough rumors regarding the Nexus 5 in a bright red color. Courtesy of popular leaker, evleaks, the Nexus 5 in red shows up in a pretty believable press render. Though it isn’t official yet, ...

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SenseGiz seeking funding for Star, a multi-functional safety and activity tracker

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There are many fitness trackers and smartwatches on the market, but how about a device that alerts your loved ones when you are injured? SenseGiz, a company that you may not have heard of, is seeking funding on Indiegogo for Star, what it calls “the world’s first emergency ...

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Talon for Twitter: A step in the right direction

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From the creators of Sliding Messaging and EvolveSMS, Talon for Twitter is a great way to experience what Kit Kat has to offer on Android. If you’ve ever used the official Twitter app for Android, you’d know very quickly that it could use some work. Third party apps have clearly ...

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Thoughts on the new Twitter UI

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Last week, Twitter updated its official Android app with more functionality and UI problems than we’ve ever seen. It’s no secret that the official Twitter app for Android has been… neglected. Not in the sense that it doesn’t receive notable updates, because it does. ...

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Tablet-optimized Twitter comes to Android…with a catch

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Twitter has announced that a tablet-optimized version of its Android app is now available. The catch? You must have a Samsung tablet in order to take advantage of the social media application. Starting today with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1-2014 Edition, the Twitter app features a number of ...

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Twitter ‘Alert’s will push critical info on natural disasters, emergencies, more

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Today, we’re launching Twitter Alerts, a new feature that brings us one step closer to helping users get important and accurate information from credible organizations during emergencies, natural disasters or moments when other communications services aren’t accessible. via Twitter Alerts: ...

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