Google News article Google is rolling out a new blogging platform for Twitter users.
The new app lets users post and retweet tweets to their Twitter followers, as well as add them to the feed.
The app, called Blogger, can be downloaded for free.
It lets users create a blog and set up posts, and they can tag their tweets with keywords or hashtags for friends and others to follow.
Google says it’s available for Android and iOS.
Blogger has been used by hundreds of thousands of people on Twitter, and it has also become an important tool for other social networks like Facebook and Instagram.
The service lets users add keywords, hashtags and hashtags to posts, while also allowing users to tweet at a specific person or people, in a bid to reach a certain number of followers.
Twitter said in a blog post that users can also share content directly on their feed.
“You can share content, embed it on your blog or website, or use it to promote a product or service,” it said.
For those who don’t want to go through the hassle of writing their own tweets, Twitter’s blog post also said that the app will let users set a daily limit on how much time they can spend on the service.
According to Google, the app has over 15 million active users.
Users can also tweet at the people they follow on Twitter.
In terms of the company’s business strategy, the company said that its focus was on “connecting the world”.
“We believe that we are creating a platform that can make the most of the power of social media to make a better world for all,” it added.