Tag Archives: Twitter

Chrome web app: Twimbow

The Chrome Web Store is full of links to web apps that run on pretty much any modern browser. Installing the free Web Store entry for these apps usually just throws a cute little icon onto your new tab screen in Chrome browser and Chrome OS. But I won’t let the lack of exclusive Chrome app content and of any recognizable modifications to the browser… Read more

Plume for Android goes official

Just a couple days ago, 2 to be exact, we told you that Level Up Studio was going to be changing the name of their Twitter app Touiteur to Plume. Well announced via their blog today, the change is official and Plume for Android should be out as soon as tomorrow. What else will be different about the app? Along with changing the name, they’ll also be… Read more

Twitsper updated

Three days ago, I wrote a brief post about the launch of an app by two UC Riverside grad students called Twitsper. The idea fills a gap that Twitter has yet to address: the ability to tweet to groups privately. Twitsper allows you to do this, using Twitter lists and mass DMing. You can also create public lists, which use @replies. My qualms with that app,… Read more

MKB Reviews: Twitter for Android V1.0.5

There may be many reasons to switch from the stock Twitter client for Android to any of many numerous other third party applications. Some people like the different look; others like the speed benefits or different features of specific clients. Google aims to keep you hooked to the stock Twitter client for Android with their most recent update of the… Read more

TweetDeck for Android officially launched

Gotta love that image. The favorite app of many Twitter power users, TweetDeck, has been available in beta for Android for a while. Today we see version 1.0, and the app’s debut into the Android Market. Users of the desktop, iOS, or beta Android apps will be very familiar with its features. Newcomers can look forward to a convenient all-in-one portal… Read more

Twidroyd 4.0 details leaked

How weird is it for a company to intentionally leak new features of an upcoming product instead of just announcing them? Pretty weird. Just this weekend, @twidroyd RTed an account known simply as @leakdroyd when they put a Twidroyd internal e-mail on Scribd that discusses new features in Twidroyd 4, and contains hints towards a release date as early as… Read more

TweetDeck for Android is moving closer to reality

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TweetDeck is no doubt one of the most popular Twitter clients out there. It claims to be five times bigger than its closest competitor in terms of usage. It is extremely easy to use, supports all features of the websites in addition with filters, lists and much more. On Sunday this 4th of July, the TweetDeck blog announced at its second birthday… Read more

Twidroid purchased, becomes Twidroyd

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Does anyone remember when Twidroid was Twitroid? Well, one of the best Android Twitter clients out their has undergone yet another name change; again, the pronunciation remains the same after an adjustment in spelling. This time around, the switch up will protect the app’s new owners – TweetUp Inc. – from litigation regarding similarity to the droid name… Read more

TweetDeck in the wings, ready to ROCK

If you’ve spent much time at DroidDog in the past, I don’t need to tell you how long I’ve been waiting for news from the TweetDeck team in regards to an Android client. For those who haven’t spent time here, I’ll summarize: I’m so impressed with TweetDeck on other platforms that I’m pretty much willing to commit to it on Android without even seeing it…. Read more

App review: Twitoc

Carlos takes a tour through a widget-based Twitter client that uses Android speech-to-text capabilities for sending tweets. I didn’t know before watching this vid that you could say “exclamation point” and get the punctuation mark rather than the words. Guess I should keep following Carlos. Twitoc created by @pixeladdikt and… Read more