Twitter today rolled out a new conversation view across its website and mobile apps that aims to make it easier for users to discover and follow conversations on their timeline.
The TweetDeck team has posted an update on its blog informing users that TweetDeck for iPhone, Android and AIR will stop working from May 7th, as a part of its refocusing on webapps. Since these apps weren’t updated since quite sometime, they still rely on v1.0 of Twitter’s API which will soon be shutting down.
There have been rumors that Twitter will launch a standalone music app for iOS. Those rumors were spot on as ABCNews reports that Twitter will be releasing the #Music app in the App Store later today.
Not surprisingly, the iPhone app will allow you to find music that’s popular on Twitter and music based on the bands you follow.
Twitter #music iPhone app is now available in the App Store.