With this update of Twitter’s own making, tweets which look interesting and sensible on Twitter.com will look completely stupid and odd (see Twitter’s own embedded tweet) on any other platform.
Guest Post Folks, Twitter marketing just got serious.
Editor’s Pick It’s not all developer drama. Every story has a moral. Here are the seven most important lessons we learned in 2012.
Editor’s Pick Today, devs are getting the same level of access the Library of Congress got when it started archiving and storing all Twitter data. Only this time, it’s commercially available.
Guest Post Twitter’s API restrictions have already hemmed in LinkedIn and Instagram; the latest tech giant to fall victim to the changes is Tumblr, and some say Flipboard might be the next.
Twitter has created its very own Dean’s List for vendors of Twitter-related products — everything from Twitter analytics to Twitter API licensing. Called Certified Products, the program aims to connect these Twitter-approved services with the brands and developers that need them most.
Twheel is gorgeous, but it violates Twitter’s API guidelines. To stay alive it now has to limit its total number of users to 100,000 or fewer.
Twitter’s API changes have made quite a few folks shy about launching Twitter clients. Not Thirst. This team has just put out a new version of its iOS app, and it’s without a doubt the prettiest Twitter client we’ve ever seen.
Editor’s Pick We’ve been keeping an eye on Twheel, an absolutely stunning Twitter client for iOS. It’s a fun, thumbable carousel that presents tweets in an entirely new and totally gorgeous interface.
Too bad it was doomed from the start.
Editor's Pick Ryan Sarver had just come back to work after his wedding.
Topify, an email service that made Twitter’s email notifications actually actionable, is shutting itself down Friday, August 5.