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Twitter finally adds support for line breaks on the Web, poets rejoice

thenextweb.com
I’m amazed that it took this long, but Twitter has finally added support for line breaks to the Web version of its service. Line breaks had been supported in standalone apps for a while now, so it was somewhat of an awkward omission that the website couldn’t handle them. Twitter’s...
Twitter finally adds support for line breaks on the Web, poets rejoice

Twitter sets a May 7th kill date for TweetDeck Android, iPhone, AIR and Facebook integration

thenextweb.com
Back in March, Twitter announced that TweetDeck AIR, TweetDeck for Android and TweetDeck for iPhone would be killed off. At the time they gave a general ‘early May’ estimate, but today they’ve nailed down the date that they’ll actually go dark: May 7th. At that time, an update to the...
Twitter sets a May 7th kill date for TweetDeck Android, iPhone, AIR and Facebook integration

The New Yorker lands on the iPhone with new lightweight app

venturebeat.com
The New Yorker has finally landed on the iPhone. The app is essentially identical to its iPad counterpart, offering subscribers access to each issue’s content in digital form. The app also offers access to video, audio, and article selections from the New Yorker’s website. What’s changing, as AllThingsD’s Peter Kafka points out,...
The New Yorker lands on the iPhone with new lightweight app

Twitter kills TweetDeck for iPhone, Android and desktop to focus on 'modern web' editions

thenextweb.com
Twitter has just killed its versions of TweetDeck for iPhone, Android and its AIR app for desktops. It says that it did this to focus on a modern version of its apps for the web. The team blog post says that “to continue to offer a great product that addresses...
Twitter kills TweetDeck for iPhone, Android and desktop to focus on 'modern web' editions
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