Twitter for BlackBerry smartphones gets v3.1 update — improved tweet details, Retweet, languages and more

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We know that #TeamBlackBerry is serious about Twitter®, so we’re always working hard to make sure the Twitter experience on BlackBerry® smartphones is always improving for Twitter pros and newbies alike. In Twitter for BlackBerry v3.1, you’ll find new improvements for Tweet details, Retweets, and account creation, and we’ve added three new languages that make the Twitter experience on BlackBerry even better. Let’s get started.

First, let’s take a look at the improved the tweet details screen. Now you can see more info including the conversations driven and a snapshot of the users who’ve retweeted your message.

Speaking of retweets: Have you ever had a change of heart after posting a retweets? No worries, with Twitter for BlackBerry v3.1, you now have the option to undo your retweets. It’s simple. To undo a retweet — just touch the retweet button a second time to undo the action.

If you haven’t yet joined Twitter, but you want to get started, this update for Twitter for BlackBerry smartphones makes it easy to sign up for a new account. Improvements to the sign-in screen include providing suggestions for your account name if the one you originally wanted is already taken.

We’re also really excited to announce that Twitter for BlackBerry now supports three new languages: Arabic, Hebrew, and Finnish.

There you have it — a brand new Twitter for BlackBerry smartphones update now available for download in the BlackBerry App World™ storefront. Be sure to check it out, and if you aren’t already following @BlackBerry on Twitter, there’s never been a better opportunity.

About Donny Halliwell

I'm the Editor-in-Chief for the Inside BlackBerry blogs. There's no disputing, #TeamBlackBerry is awesome. I'm pumped to have the opportunity to talk with you and bring you the latest and greatest from Inside BlackBerry every day. In my spare time, I can be found helping entrepreneurs and startup companies grow their business. I spend the rest, obsessing over the auto industry, or enjoying music. Follow me on Twitter or Google+

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