You'll find lots of Twitter apps for the iPhone in the App Store. But one of my favorites is Tweetie, which recently unveiled a host of new features with its 2.0 update.
Popular Twitter app for iPhone and iPod touch wins Apple's approval after it was apparently rejected because it sometimes displayed questionable language.
The information network has dusted off its Mac application and introduced new features for the first time since 2011.
It's an upgrade from Tweetie 2.0, which the company got custody of when it bought developer Atebits in April.
This story initially attributed Twitter's post about its Tweetie acquisition to Biz Stone. It was written by Evan Williams.
On the one hand, you're effectively getting Tweetie 3.0 free of charge. On the other, have competing Twitter apps already surpassed it?
Twitter is reportedly in talks to acquire the desktop client for about $50 million--two months after it was (perhaps erroneously) reported to be sold to another company.
Apple reportedly rejects update of popular Twitter client for iPhone and iPod Touch due to an offensive word found in Twitter's Trends.
Twitter is knee-deep in talks to acquire the popular desktop app TweetDeck, according to reports, possibly with a view to making it the official Twitter desktop client.
If you're looking to manage multiple Twitter accounts while you're on the go, you'll be happy to know that it's not too difficult. Check out this roundup and download the app of your choice.