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While it may not win any awards for its name, Twitter fans with new Android mobile phones are going to like Twidroid, an application created by Thomas Marban, the man behind Popurls. The app is available on the Android App store and it has pretty much […]

While it may not win any awards for its name, Twitter fans with new Android mobile phones are going to like Twidroid, an application created by Thomas Marban, the man behind Popurls. The app is available on the Android App store and it has pretty much all the features you want from a Twitter client, such as postings, replies and direct messages, user detail information, follow/unfollow a user, and directly integrated photo-posting from camera. If you have the T-Mobile G-1 device and you love Twitter, then give this app a try. For iPhone users, I recommend Twinkle and for Blackberry users, nothing beats Twitterberry.

  1. [...] die haargenau darauf zugeschnittene Twitter-Applikation. Usern von iPhone rät Om Malik von GigaOm weiterhin zu Twinkle, für Blackberry-Nutzer empfiehlt er [...]

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  2. [...] [Via Gigaom] Tags: 3rd Party Applications, android, Android-Market [...]

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  3. Twitter announced that they are going to launch an ‘official’ Twitter Android app. It’s still unclear how they will proceed, but I’m leaning toward the purchase of an existing third party app. Read more here: http://eugeneorourke.com/blog/official-android-twitter-app/

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