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Our Lives Are Complete - Twitter Now Supports GIFs

Considering that Twitter messages are limited to 140 characters or less, a surprising amount of thoughtful dialogue takes place on the social network. Less shockingly, most of the chatter out there is positively inane. Fortunately we can resort to images to get our points across, and since a picture is worth a thousand words, this somewhat circumvents that whole text limitation thing.

The problem has been that, before today, Twitter didn't support GIFs, and what good is the internet without those animated bits of hilarity?

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Big Talon 2.4 Update Adds Android Wear Support, Translations, Tweet Scheduling, And More

Talon thinks your Twitter experience could use a shot in the arm, and it's ready to provide the juice. A big update has rolled out for the app that provides the ability to view multiple images within a single tweet, queue tweets to go out once a data connection is re-established, filter in top tweets while searching, and perform a whole host of other actions. For example, you can also schedule tweets from the compose window and translate tweets from a foreign language.

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[New App] Official Klout App Hits Android To Recommend Sharable Content That Will Make You Seem More Interesting Than You Actually Are

Klout has undergone some changes since the social impact tracker was acquired by Lithium Technologies a few months ago. The new mobile app is less about tracking your Klout number to carefully gauge your self-importance. It's basically another way to share content. The difference – this stuff is totally 100% guaranteed to resonate with your unique audience, or your money back.**

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Twitter Adding Mute Support To Official Apps And Web Interface

Sometimes you just don't want to hear everything people on your Twitter timeline are saying, especially if you follow a lot of accounts. Also, some people just get annoying. This is why third-party Twitter clients have long included muting. Now Twitter itself is embracing the idea with official support coming to its apps and website.

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HTC One Mini 2 (M8 Mini) Press Image Leaked, Duo Camera Conspicuously Absent

We've been hearing rumors of a "mini" version of the HTC One M8 almost since the flagship phone itself started leaking, and today we've seen some of the first concrete evidence that it's nearing completion. Perennial mobile Deepthroat Evleaks posted the renders/press photos below, showing the new device in three different colors. It preserves the style and materials of the current HTC One line.

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Metal body? Check. Dual front-facing speakers? Check.

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Twitter Client Talon Updated To v2.2.3 With Support For Multiple Images, Full-Screen Layout, And More

Talon was one of the more attractive and full featured Twitter clients available right out of the gate, and it has been getting updates frequently ever since. Today it's being updated with support for multiple images, kind of like the official client is going to do soon. That's just the start, though.

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Twitter Acquires Cover Lock Screen To Build On 'Incredible Potential Of Android'

Cover, the contextual lock screen replacement that's been available in open beta since December has been acquired by Twitter.

For now, the app is still available in the Play Store, and Cover promises that "for now" that won't change. When or if it will eventually change is unclear, but Cover's blog post on the matter goes on to explain their newly forged relationship.

Twitter, like Cover, believes in the incredible potential of Android.

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Twitter Update To Allow Tagging Up To Ten Users In Photos, Multiple Photo Uploads Coming Soon

In an announcement on its official blog today, Twitter said that "photos just got more social." What has actually happened is that social just got more photos. In an update to both iOS and Android mobile apps, Twitter will allow users to tag each other in photos, with the ability to upload four photos at once starting on iOS and coming to Android and the web "soon."

Users will be able to tag up to ten other people in their photos, while maintaining all 140 characters for brief, micro-blogged commentary.

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Talon For Twitter Hits Version 2.0 With More Attractive Widgets, New Animations, Improved Profile Pages, And Much More

The Talon Twitter client has glided up to version 2.0, and it has quite a lively changelog trapped within its claws. The list is too long to fully dive into (no seriously, look at this thing), but here are a few of the highlights. The app now has a floating compose button, which you can see tucked in the bottom right corner of the first screenshot below. In the compose window that pops up, users have the new ability to post from different accounts.

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Official Twitter Beta Now Supports Immersive Mode For Images On KitKat Devices

Say what you will about the official Twitter client, at least they're trying. The UI is still a little odd, but the beta is showing signs of improvement. For example, a recent update added support for immersive mode on KitKat devices.

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