Vine is a video sharing startup acquired by Twitter last fall. What makes their app and sharing interesting is that you can only share 6 seconds of video at at time and the app works so it’s easier to quickly record short bits of video to stitch together.
Today Flickr pushed out a major update to their iOS app (something that has been lackluster for a long, long time), and while it looks nice (I just reloaded it onto my iPhone), the more interesting part is who is providing the new filters for the app. The filters are provided by the same folks who helped Twitter with their app. Does this signal a closer relationship between Yahoo! and Twitter?
Earlier this week I mused why Apple can’t seem to get the knack of doing anything on the Internet or cloud-based—Why Can’t Apple Manage Cloud services?—other folks are wondering the same thing and have an unusual suggestion: Apple Should Buy Twitter
Twitter for iOS Pushes Out Big Update with Easier Sharing, More Photos, and Better Search. Did You Update?
It’s an app-erific update day isn’t it? Facebook released an update that (finally) included sharing and comment tagging and now Twitter has pushed out (really Apple is pushing out the update, Twitter is just letting everyone know, aren’t they?) with (gasp) the ability to email tweets (welcome to 2012 Twitter), better search, and some nice multimedia touches. Here’s what I’m wondering, are you tapping update for this?
If you’ve been eagerly waiting for Tapbots to launch a Mac version of Tweetbots, one of the most popular and our favorite Twitter client on our iPhone and iPad then we’ve some good news, but there is also some bad news.