Both We Are Hunted and Twitter are staying mum about what the team will be doing. And now we know that Twitter is working on a standalone music since Ryan Seacrest of “American Idol” just reported that he’s playing around with it, as retweeted by Twitter’s VP of Business and Corporate Development, Kevin Thau, for those of us who don’t follow Seacrest:
Since Seacrest also hosts the radio show “American Top 40,” there’s no shock that the app found its way into his hands. Given the fact that he points out “trending” songs, perhaps there will be some sort of integration between his show and the yet-to-be-released app. Twitter Top 40, anyone?
As for We Are Hunted, they informed its users of the acquisition on…
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