Twitter Updates Android And iPhone Apps

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Twitter recently released an update for the Android and iPhone versions. With the Android version, it added support for Ice Cream Sandwich devices and also for devices such as the Amazon Kindle Fire.

iOS users would also be able to copy and paste texts found in tweets along with a ton of other features.

With the new update, Android and iPhone users would be able to see tools such as re-tweets and replies by swiping left on a tweet.

To view the full changelog, head on over to the Twitter Blog post detailing all the improvements, bug fixes and features specific either to the iOS app or the Android app.

So head on over to the iOS Appstore or Android Market to update your respective devices.

3 comments

  1. iOS users would also be able to copy and paste texts found in tweets

    Been looking for an app like Clipper Plus for Android (http://is.gd/vLt7tU) on Symbian 60 5th for Ages. No deal.

    Never really been a heavy user if Twitter. But i am now a true believer in its usefulness.

    Errr.. when is the Symbian version coming..(++ tongue in cheek ++)

  2. @Eye.Bee.Kay

    Been looking for an app like Clipper Plus for Android (http://is.gd/vLt7tU) on Symbian 60 5th for Ages. No deal.

    Surprisingly, the jbak keyboard already has this feature. Even when it is not used as the default keyboard, it still manages to store the values of what has been copied to the clipboard previously, though I’m still investigating this feature.

    Thanks and keep up the good work. This shows that Symbian users are better app hunters than we Android users or that Android market has succeded in making us lazy, or better still it could be as a result of Symbian shortcomings.

  3. Surprisingly, the jbak keyboard already has this feature. Even when it is not used as the default keyboard, it still manages to store the values of what has been copied to the clipboard previously, though I’m still investigating this feature.

    JBAK had an app in Symbian 60 3rd Ed that did that. Text Pockets in JBak Tools – http://goo.gl/qU2hp

    I missed it sorely whiten I moved to 5th Ed.

    Great to see he is already showing his legendary sparks of Symbian brilliance in the enemy Android Camp..

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