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Twitter Releases Official App for Android | Android Phone Fans

April 30th, 2010

It was only a few weeks ago that Twitter announced their intention to release first-party mobile apps with their Twitter for iPhone app, and now hot on its.

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Android Fragmentation In Action: Twitter's New Official App Won't

April 30th, 2010

Good luck to Twitter's support folks who will have to explain to a bunch of confused Android users about why their phone can't use the new Twitter app. (Though this leaves a door open for other developers who make Twitter apps for older

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Official Twitter for Android now available – Android and Me

April 30th, 2010

Twitter also shared that they had a great time working with the Android team. In the near future, Google will be open sourcing the code used in this app so that developers can create new experiences using the Twitter APIs.

Android and Me – http://androidandme.com/

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Official Twitter for Android app goes live, will go open source

April 30th, 2010

Twitter had committed to rolling its own client for Android not long ago — and like clockwork, here it is. Looks like the OS integration.

Engadget – http://www.engadget.com/

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Twitter Blog: Twitter for Android: Robots like to share too

April 30th, 2010

Twitter for Android is a fantastic application to use, and sharing any link or photo is super simple too – just look for the share button in your favorite application and choose Twitter. Reading tweets is easy in a bunch of places on

Twitter Blog – http://blog.twitter.com/

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Apple and Nokia Gain in Smartphone Sales

April 30th, 2010

Motorola's results were boosted by an improved showing in smartphones—especially devices based on the Android operating system from Google.
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Android Fragmentation In Action: Twitter's New Official App Won't Work On Many

April 30th, 2010

One of Google's biggest Android problems is that its platform — as young as it is — is already super fragmented. But they all run slightly differently,
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Free Android phones coming to Adobe employees

April 30th, 2010

Adobe hasn't decided on which Android phone–such as HTC's Incredible–to give employees, but wants to encourage Android use internally.
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Skyfire 2.0 Beta (for Android)

April 30th, 2010

Android users already have a strong selection of Web browsers. The built-in, Webkit-based Android browser renders desktop Web pages.
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Motorola: Android Phones Strong, But Feature Phones Dying

April 30th, 2010

He notes that the 6.3 million non-Android phones the company sold in the quarter was well below the Street forecast; he thinks the consensus was for 1.8
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