Twitter has been completely integrated with iOS 5. With iOS 5, Twitter users can sign in once, and use the service from almost all Apps to tweet instantly. Read More
Apple’s going to announce iOS 5 at WWDC, and it has been rumored that iOS 5 will support complete Twitter integration and will include a better notifications system. This latest picture posted by TechCrunch appears to be a leaked screenshot of iOS 5. The image posted features an additional status bar that notifies the user about Twitter account activity. Read More
Nothing much can be said about the doodle, just great design. Follow #royalwedding on Twitter or watch it on YouTube.
Google’s realtime search feature allows you to search for queries in realtime. The realtime search engine usually featured results and links from Twitter, and sometimes Facebook, but today Google has added Quora, Gowalla, Buzz, and Facebook to its roster of services that provide results for realtime searches. Read More
Tweetdeck has released a full fledged Twitter client for all major browsers. TweetDeck could be accessed by using the desktop App for both Mac and Windows, iOS App, Android App, or by downloading the App form the Chrome Web Store. Starting today, a whole new web-based TweetDeck client will be available for all major browsers. Read More
Twitter has updated its iOS App to add support for direct photo capture for iPad 2. The App now utilizes the two cameras in iPad 2 allowing users to directly snap pictures from within the App, and directly upload them using any photo/video uploading site. Read More
Many use Hotpot to find and rate places nearby them. Google is today adding a new feature to Hotpot that allows you to share your rating about a place with your friends on Twitter.
Twitter has just released an update for its iOS application that features a redesigned look, better support for hashtags and @username, improved DM conversations, and other cool new features.
TweetMusic is a simple App that allows you to tweet details about the music that you are listening to. The App was earlier priced at $0.99, but the price of this useful App has been dropped, and it is now available for download via the App Store for free.
Google has today updated its search engine to include results from Twitter, Facebook and even popular Q&A site Quora. Google is pushing its small “Results from your Social circle” area to a higher extent, and from now onwards social will heavily impact your search results.