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Carbon Twitter App Review

Carbon Twitter App Review

It is surprising that there are so many new Twitter apps coming out since Twitter has started to limit third party app development, but I have found one new Twitter app that is very impressive. Carbon for Twitter is newly released app on the Google Play Store after being in beta for several months. The Twitter app market is full of competitors all vying for the same Twitter users. I will talk about Carbon for Twitter and what features have made me switch to using it as my main Twitter app.

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2012 Year in Review

2012 Year in Review

Since we are rapidly approaching the New Year many of the Social Media networks have worked to make a year in review to talk about some of the biggest events that have happened in 2012. Along with Social Networks making their year in review you can use tools to make your own year in review from Facebook and Twitter.

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Slices Twitter App

Slices Twitter App

I always like to try different Twitter apps for Android and iOS because I think the official Twitter app is lacking. I have tried many different apps but right now Slices for Twitter is the only Twitter app that I use on both my iPad and Android. Slices has a great user interface and allows you to customize what tweets you see.

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What is Twitter all about

What is Twitter all about

Twitter has become one of the biggest social media platforms and in this blog series I will try to explain what Twitter is and why people use it. If someone who isn’t using Twitter you probably feel like the only one because it has become so popular and displayed in news and media. To start Twitter is a free service that lets you tell the world whatever you want within 150 characters. Twitter is not like Facebook or Google+ where you can write long winded opinions. The reason for the character limit is Twitter is more like texting then posting.

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