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I don’t know when this feature became available, but I just discovered there are now 2 Twitter options in the Share menu. One option gets uploaded to Skydrive then tweeted to Twitter. The other option uploads to Twitter’s own photo service. I’ve been wanting this feature for a while now, so I’m glad it’s here.
Nokia uploaded a video today showing why recording artist Dawn Richard decided to switch to the Nokia Lumia 920. The problem? Her Twitter account shows a different story.
Nokia is kicking off a series of Twitter chat called #AskNokia. For the first session, Pino Bonneti, the Social Media Lead for HERE Maps, is available to answer your questions on March 19th. You can ask anything regarding HERE Maps and location services.
Hey Nokia Fans! A quick heads up. We’ve changed the comments system so that you can now use your Twitter, Google+, Facebook, or Disqus accounts to sign in. Our previous comments system only allowed Facebook. Unfortunately, this change have deleted some of the older comments. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Rowi, my favorite Twitter app for Windows Phone was just updated for Windows Phone 8. I show how it works on the Nokia Lumia 920. It’s fast, resumes to where you left off, and you can now tweet with your voice too. Unfortunately, this version does not take advantage of the new lockscreen options for Windows Phone 8. Video after the jump.
The official Twitter application for Windows Phone has never been good enough compared to the third-party apps, but the latest update adds one feature that none of the others have: REAL push notifications. You instantly get notified of new mentions, favorites, retweets, direct messages, or new followers. The settings page let you individually turn on/off any of these.
It’s cool to see how Nokia Philippines is using social networking to promote Nokia Lumia phones in the country. The latest campaign planned for this weekend will bring customers to Nokia stores for chances to win prizes. In return, customers will help spread the word on Facebook and Twitter. It’s win-win for everyone.
Now when you tweet your Windows Phone, it will say “via Microsoft.” Previously, it said, “via Windows Live.” I’m personally not a fan of this move. I think “via Windows Phone,” would make more sense. That’s actually what is being used for Facebook updates. What do you think?