It’s been 3 months since I posted my first tweet under the LiveTweetApp’s account. 3 months I spent tweeting, blogging, answering to our users’ emails and learning about what’s like to work in a young startup. My internship is nearly over so it’s time for me to make a little recap of everything I experienced here.
Hey folks! Here is our weekly recap of what we’ve shared with you on Twitter.
After a intense week of introducing you to the new LiveTweetApp version, I’m coming back to you to bring you a fresh Twitter recap of the week.
Let’s not waste a second and start with this great article dedicated to event professionals and a question that you may have been a lot to ask to yourself: “Am I paying too much for my event app?”. A question that, I’m sure, was never aimed at our app 😉
It’s been a year since our initial launch and you’ve sent us many suggestions and ideas to improve the app. Today we are glad to announce the brand new LiveTweetApp is ready.
A key focus for this release was to provide you with a better overall experience. Here are the updates:
Update 3 – April 8 14:18 GMT : Maintenance is over! You can connect right now to the new version and try out our new features. Please contact us if you any question.
Update 2 – April 8 08:14 GMT : Maintenance is in progress. Everything is doing fine.
Update 1 – April 8 04:20 GMT : Maintenance started. Free users may not log in. Registrations are disabled.
Dear LiveTweetApp users,
A new version of LiveTweetApp is coming soon! In order to deploy our changes, the app will not be accessible on Tuesday April 8, except for some users (see below).
For a couple of months, Twitter has been performing several changes on his user interface. Even though none of these updates has been announced as permanent, one thing is certain: Twitter wants to change. Why is that? We make a recap on this article.
For each Friday, a Twitter recap! Here are the tweets you liked the most this week.
Last week, Google announced its #AndroidWear project, creating an earthquake in the mobile world. Some companies are showing more and more interest towards smartwatches and so does the consumers. With this new project, it seems that smartwatches are going to be quicker on our wrists than we expected. And it’s probably not going to be the only device we’re going to wear this year. Let’s make a round of everything we heard about wearables these days.
Another week is over and here are we bringing you a new recap of our Twitter feed. Let’s get started.
After a week of tweets, hashtags and slefies about the Oscars ceremony, all the social media were looking at Austin Texas last week, to cover the famous South by Southwest festival a.k.a #SXSW on Twitter.
Southby (for the regulars) is a cinema, music and tech festival that take place very year in the United States since 1987. Its success increased over the years to become one of the biggest festival in the cinema, music and tech world. Each category has its own event with countless venues, shows, projections and conferences, presented by personalities