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Twitter upping its Unity game with tweeting and Crashlytics support

Twitter now aims to integrate well with Unity, letting users tweet directly from games -- and its Crashlytics tool is adding Unity support as well.

Twitter has upped its Unity game.

The company has added support for Tweet Kit to Unity -- with a beta that allows players to tweet directly from games developed in Unity. It has also enhanced its tweeting capabilities for all native apps on mobile.

Meanwhile, Crashlytics, the Twitter-owned crash-reporting tool, has also launched Unity integration. Currently in beta, the tool now aims to interface smoothly with both Unity 4 and 5 and also capture more crash data than before.

The package will also now support Apple's new tvOS, the game-capable OS for the new version of Apple TV, which is set to launch "soon."

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