Vine now lets you use your Android phone’s existing video clips

Not too long ago Vine blessed iOS users with the ability to import pre-existing videos into the app, and now Google fans can get in on the action. Any clips in your Android camera roll are viable subjects to be trimmed down to six seconds or shorter now, and you can activate your device's flashlight to work as a flash in low-light situations. There are a few other features too, and you can check those out on the app's Google Play page. Now all that's separating your from internet stardom is, well... you.

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Twitterrific gains 1Password integration via in-app browser and more

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Twitterrific by Iconfactory, a third-party Twitter client for the iPhone and iPad, has received an update Tuesday evening enabling extension support for AgileBits’ 1Password via Twitterrific’s in-app browser, in addition to taking advantage of the bigger iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus screens.

This version also includes more than a dozen bug fixes, improvements and enhancements. The 8.6-megabyte download is available free of charge in the App Store, with advanced features locked behind several In-App Purchases.... Read the rest of this post here


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Twitter’s iOS 8 upgrade brings a new look for profiles

If (for some reason) you absolutely hate how profiles look on Twitter for the iPhone, you may want to fire up the App Store and download the latest update. It comes with a brand new design for profiles, which brings your bio front and center (no more swiping needed to see it) and adds separate timelines for your uploaded photos/inevitable GIFs) and favorite tweets. This new profile will show up for both iOS 7 and iOS 8 users, so you can already enjoy it even if you don't want to delete apps and make room for Apple's new mobile platform just yet. You do, however, get something extra if you've already upgraded: the power to retweet, follow and favorite posts right from the notification center.

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Twitter’s iPhone app gains interactive notifications on iOS 8, revamps profile pages

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Twitter, the popular micro-blogging service, is rolling out a brand new profile experience on Twitter for iPhone, in addition to another cool new feature — support for interactive notifications for incoming tweets on iOS 8 devices — the startup announced in a blog post Thursday.

While the new profiles will be available for everyone using iOS 7 or above, the ability to interact with alerts on the Lock and Home screen is not because this capability is part of the great new features available only in iOS 8.... Read the rest of this post here


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Apple said to have ‘War Room’ hunting for iOS 8 bugs on social media

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Apple is fairly well known for its over-the-top customer service, and we’ve come across a story that provides the perfect example why. Reddit user Kiggsworthy posted an anecdote in r/Apple today captioned “Pretty indescribable Apple service experience yesterday,” and we thought it was worth sharing.

Like many of us, Kiggsworthy was playing with iOS 8 yesterday when he came across an issue with Family Sharing that did not allow him to download content from his wife’s account. So naturally, he tweeted about his problem, and to his surprise, an actual Apple employee responded to his call for help.... Read the rest of this post here


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The funniest thing you’ll see today: Tweets composed entirely with iOS 8 autopredict

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It hasn't taken long for iPhone users to start having fun with some of iOS 8's new features. One iPhone user decided to experiment with composing entire tweets based on iOS 8's autopredict feature that gives you suggestions for what words you're likely to use next in a sentence. The user started out with just one word and picked autopredict suggestions about where to go from there and the results were about as ridiculous as you'd expect.

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Twitter thinks it’s a good fit for the Apple Watch and other small screens

Moments after Apple announced its latest devices to the world, Twitter's President of Global Revenue, Adam Bain, came on stage at CTIA to give his thoughts on the integration of Twitter with that much talked about Apple Watch. Twitter was one of the apps given early access to Apple's WatchKit, and was prominently featured in today's keynote in Cupertino. Not only can you read tweets on your wrist, but tweeted images fill up the entirety of the tiny screen.

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Apple Watch will unlock your hotel room door, guide you home and more: the app roundup

You're at the Westin Grand in Berlin having a luxurious vacation. After finishing a delicious bowl of mushroom consommé -- chanterelles are in season, after all -- you stroll up the lavish center staircase toward your room. Having left wallets in the past, you simply hover your Apple Watch over the door. "Click!" And that's that. Magnetic plastic cards are so uncivilized.

This is the future Apple imagines for you with its new Watch, and it's working with Starwood Hotels (the group that owns Westin, among others) to make that future a reality. And that's just one of several scenarios for Apple Watch that were introduced by Apple VP Kevin Lynch during a third-party app demo on stage in Cupertino, California.%Gallery-slideshow221380%

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Twitter testing upcoming Buy button

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Twitter, the popular micro-blogging service, on Monday said it started testing a new Buy button with a small percentage of its users in the United States.

The company said the feature, which allows users to buy products directly from the tweet, is part of a broader effort to make shopping from mobile devices “convenient and easy, hopefully even fun”.

Launch partners include Fancy, Gumroad, Musictoday, Stripe and many more. Users will get access to offers and merchandise “they can’t get anywhere else,” with the ability to buy stuff directly in Twitter’s mobile apps for iOS and Android.... Read the rest of this post here


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Yesterday, all my troubles seemed so far away

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We had a great stack of articles online yesterday, but unfortunately our magical Twitter rabbit failed to post any of them. If you’re following us on Twitter then you’ll have presumed that we were all asleep. Truth is, we actually added a stack of items. You can check into them below.

We’ve fixed the whole Twitter problem now. The vet took a look at our little bunny is all OK. Yay! :)

Sony Announce the SmartBand Talk & SmartWatch 3

Sony announce the Xperia E3

HTC announce the Desire 820

Where to pick up the new Sony devices

KAZAM to offer Windows Phones – Thunder 340W to be the first

Cat announce the durable and nippy S50

Microsoft launch the Lumia 830

Microsoft prove that it’s all in your jeans – Lumia Denim arrives

Lumia 730 and 735 Launched. Can I take a selfie?

Samsung announce the Galaxy Tab Active

Huawei announce the Ascend G7

Huawei reveals the 6 inch Ascend Mate7

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