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Twitpic Finally Launches App

Written on May 08, 2012 by Lulu

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Twitpic, Twitter's first photo sharing service, finally launches an iPhone app

Twitpic, finally steps up to competition like Instagram by launching an iPhone app. Twitpic, is the first ever photo-sharing service used in Twitter.

The free-app easily allows you to share your photos and videos to your Twitter followers. It also allows you to edit them, browse other’s content, manage your photos and videos in your own timeline.

This app probably came in too late, but if your a Twitpic fan, it is worth the wait. Download this app for free at Apple’s iTunes store.

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Twitter, to Launch its Own Photo Sharing Service

Written on May 31, 2011 by Adam Eve

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This is it Tweeps! You'll no longer need your Twitpic soon, as Twitter will have a photo sharing app of its own soon.

According to multiple sources, Twitter will be announcing its own built in Twitpic competitor soon. This makes perfect sense, as photo sharing is the next logical step of Twitter to expand its in-app experience. After spending $40 million to purchase Tweetdeck, it’s only natural that they would spend more resources on photo sharing.

No more further details like what the photo sharing URL shortener will be or what the Twitter for Photos product will look like. What GADG only knows is that it is coming soon.

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Twitter: 145 Million Users and 300,000 Apps

Written on September 04, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Twitter is making huge progress with 145 million registered users and 300,000 registered applications.

Twitter CEO Evan Williams noted Twitter’s latest achievements. But to our surprise, the Twitter for Android isn’t on the list. But we still have to congratulate Twitter!

Congratulations for the 145 million registered users and 300,000 registered applications on its system. We say wow for this numbers!

The number we had given you all are technically the number of registered OAuth apps in the Twitter ecosystem. Twitter left behind a few apps for basic authentication. Williams said this number of registered apps has tripled since their Chirp conference — which was only this past April.

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