Although it's not much of a surprise, developers of third-party Twitter apps were put on notice Thursday afternoon with a blog post detailing changes to its API that could eventually limit choices for using the microblogging service.
The Mac App Store certainly has made buying Mac software a convenient affair -- just a click and a password, and boom, there it is. But like the iOS App Store, it's starting to fill up fast. That's good news for you -- lots of choice -- but it also means that when you type in a keyword or open up a category, you're faced with multiple options.
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We put dozens of Mac App Store offerings through our ringer of a reviews process and settled on 20 diverse applications that all scored well and come with our recommendation. Even better? They're less than $20 a pop.
Remember when most Twitter clients are free? The official one still is, and "lite" versions are still easy to come by -- so why would you want to pay $13.99 for a Twitter client that doesn't even support multiple accounts? Simple: because it lets you be choosy about not only whom you follow, but also which of their tweets get through.
You’ve got to hand it to the folks at Tapbots LLC -- they know how to make a splash, even with something as mundane as a new Twitter client for the iPhone. Tweetbot has arrived, and if you haven’t found the perfect Twitter client yet, it might be worth a look.
While Twitter is a great tool for keeping up with breaking news, product updates and celebrity chatter, the more people you add, the more “noise” that you wind up trying to filter through to get to the stuff you want. Enter Hibari, the new Mac client for Twitter that lets you easily keep your tweet stream clutter-free.
It's the moment we've all been anticipating for quite some time now. After this week's absence of the Tweetie 2 app in the iTunes App Store, reports are circulating that the official Twitter for iPhone app should be going live in the App Store any second now.