Just a few days ago, Twitter announced a new version of their API, and it’s a doozy. Although there has been plenty of lead time on these concepts, at the end of the day there is great concern in the blogosphere that the new rules will eventually mean the death of third-party apps like Tweetbot and Twitteriffic.
What do you think? Is this all much ado about nothing, or will we lose Twitter as we know it today? Let us know in the poll to the right.
Earlier this week 9to5Mac broke the news that it looks like Siri is coming to the iPad in iOS 6! I’ll let you read their report for details, and a few mockups, but would like to ask a very simple question; are you excited about getting Siri on the iPad?
Since Siri first launched we knew that it would eventually come to the iPad, Apple wasn’t going to keep it exclusive to the 4S. The real question is, after all the hype has died down, do you actually care if Siri’s on the iPad?
I have to admit that I’m using Siri on the iPhone less now than I did in the past, but I’d definitely like to have it available on the iPad – if only to schedule calendar events and to show off to my friends…
Let me know you you think, and perhaps tell me in the comments what you think you’d use Siri on the iPad for most!