We reported earlier this year that it looks as though Target is moving forward with bringing Apple Pay into their stores. As of today, it would appear as though Target’s Twitter customer service has been able to confirm this rumor.
Last week, Twitter ended their support for their old API, which took away important features from third-party Twitter apps such as Tweetbot and Twitterrific.
As it has been reported all over the web this week, third-party Twitter apps like Tweetbot and Twitterrific have had to change how their apps work to comply with the new Twitter API standards and rules.
Twitterrific, the third-party Twitter app for iOS and macOS today released an app update to the App Store that made it possible for streaming and other key features to be shut off, and by shut off, I mean shut off… Continue Reading →
Within the past two weeks, an app called Chirp has come to the attention of the Twitter and Apple Watch users. It basically does the job that the old Twitter for Apple Watch app used to do.
Twitter announced today that changes are coming to their API for third-party Twitter apps and clients such as Tweetbot and Twitterrific. For now, the developers of these third-party apps that will have to change and adjust their apps to meet… Continue Reading →
Today, the popular app developers, Tapbots, released a new version of their Tweetbot app for Mac. It’s the third incarnation of the app.
Today is the day that Twitter discontinued their support of the official Twitter for Mac app. The company has instead decided to focus their time and effort on their website instead of having a dedicated app for the Mac.
I am proud to announce tonight that the official TeamApple Toys Twitter account is officially functioning!