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Twitter finally reveals client for Windows Phone 7 devices

Posted by Lawrence Bonk as News, Press Releases


To Tweet or not to Tweet, that is the question. Up until now, Windows Phone 7 users had to choose not to Tweet just out of necessity. The social networking client was auspiciously missing from WP7 devices. Until now, that is.

Twitter’s app for Windows Phone 7 devices uses Microsoft’s Metro user interface, which uses so-called pivots to browse through information, making the app look unique.

The app includes most of the typical Twitter mobile app features, including the timeline, suggested users and messages lists. If you are not signed in into Twitter, the app lets you browse through top tweets, trends, and locations, just as you can on the web version; or search for certain topics and user names.

The app will be available sometime around November 8th.

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