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    Trying to figure out what Twitter app to get but I'm not sure which are adjusted for the Pre3?
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    Phnx is pretty sweet and pre3 compatible
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    so is Carbon
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    If you can get your hands on it then i would say carbon is the way to go, but if you are stuck with a locked geo restriction and cannot make the purchase then phnx isnt bad
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    Thank you.

    Thought I read in the Carbon reviews that it hadnt got a update in 6 months so didnt think it had been adjusted for the Pre3 screen?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andreas View Post
    Thank you.

    Thought I read in the Carbon reviews that it hadnt got a update in 6 months so didnt think it had been adjusted for the Pre3 screen?
    You can adjust it manually by adding a few lines to a file. I personally like carbon the best but spaz is good too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andyf View Post
    You can adjust it manually by adding a few lines to a file. I personally like carbon the best but spaz is good too

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    Don't know where I heard it, but I believe Carbon is going to get some Pre3 with an update soon. The update will also fixed the broken trends list and a few other quirks.
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    Project Macaw from the makers of phnx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bnceo View Post
    Don't know where I heard it, but I believe Carbon is going to get some Pre3 with an update soon. The update will also fixed the broken trends list and a few other quirks.
    Tweeted CarbonOS few days ago regarding when they are going to submit the update. Still haven't got a reply from them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liski View Post
    Project Macaw from the makers of phnx.
    Is TP-only.

    phnx works great here on my Pre 3, but it eats a lot of battery. Too bad, 'cause I love to support OSS (I also use Ubuntu for a few years now).
    I'm gonna buy Carbon. Seriously, frigging great (at least, I imagine as I also have Graphite which is the TP-variant and it's the best app I've ever used, so Carbon must be great too).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vistaus View Post
    Is TP-only.

    phnx works great here on my Pre 3, but it eats a lot of battery. Too bad, 'cause I love to support OSS (I also use Ubuntu for a few years now).
    I'm gonna buy Carbon. Seriously, frigging great (at least, I imagine as I also have Graphite which is the TP-variant and it's the best app I've ever used, so Carbon must be great too).
    It also works fine on my Pre 3.
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    I use Spaz: A Twitter, Identi.ca and StatusNet client for PalmŪ Pre on both the Pre 3 and TouchPad. Unfortunately, the author has posted that he is only actively supporting the TouchPad version.
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    Bad Kitty is also optimized for the Pre3. That's what I use.

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    Bad Kitty seemed nice, but I don't like the interface of it.
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    Phnx is optimized for pre3.
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    phnx is indeed rather good.

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