Twitter launched their new web edition yesterday and Embedly has responded with an updated version of their browser plugin Parrotfish.
Parrotfish is currently available for Apple Safari and Google Chrome. They are working on releasing the update
Twitter launched their brand new mobile apps for the Google Android and Apple iOS platforms yesterday. The new app is a major update though not everyone is impressed.
On the iPhone at least, there is a cool alternative in the form of Tweetbot which
Twitter’s latest avatar has an unlikely victim. The company has discontinued the Adobe Air editions of TweetDeck.
It has been replaced with new apps for Windows and Mac which seems to be a desktop wrapper around the web edition.
We are not sure if they had these before but we just noticed it today.
Twitter rolled out the new design buttons for Tweet and Follow yesterday.
Here are some new ones...
The newly launched Twitter upgrade makes it easy for web users to embed tweets in their blogs and websites.
Twitter is finally supporting oEmbed and offering other tools.
Posterous has announced that they have added this feature to their Posterous
Twitter has launched a totally overhauled update which they are again calling the New Twitter.
This is a massive update and it would change the way we use their web edition.
Twitter has just launched their brand new web edition and this means that Embedly would have to update their browser extension for the service.
Embedly has announced that the new edition of Parrotfish would be available from tomorrow.
One of the new features of the New Twitter is that they have made it easy to embed tweets on your website.
Several solutions already existed though Twitter has now made it easier than ever before.
The company is offering the ability to get the
Twitter last week announced that they are changing the design of their two buttons: Follow and Tweet.
The changes have rolled out now and you can see the new design all over the web.
Here are live demos:
Twitter for BlackBerry Smartphones 2.1 has been released in the Blackberry App World.
The app comes with a major feature update. It now supports multiple Twitter accounts.
Users would however have to use the Social Feeds app to view