I found Spaz HD in the HP Apps for Twitter it seems to work well on my Touchpad. Would this be the only Twitter client thats good for the Touchpad? Also does Spaz HD suppose to auto update Twitter or do i need to refresh each time i go into the app?
Just checked it out, that actually looks pretty sweet. Thanks for the link
Originally Posted by lferrante
Do you guys trust a 3rd party proxy for your Twitter account? You don't know if your password is being transferred to these other developers then on to Twitter.
App authorization goes through twitters OAth, no way for a app to catch the password at all. States this on the auth screen as well.
Only mentioning it as phnx is now open source, so it may be handy to have a play about with
The Netherlands. I can't get paid apps as I set the App Catalog to The Netherlands instead of US by accident. But why are all those Twitter-apps paid then?
Because they're not written by twitter but by independent developers who'd like to get some renumeration for their work. I know you're going to say "but they're all free on Android", but if you look at most of the free apps, they're ad supported. So for the price of a cup of coffee, you get a quality application without the irritant of advertisements taking up part of your screen. On top of that, a little while ago, Ad Mob announced they were going to stop supporting some types of ads on webOS so the options for ad revenue is shrinking.
Wow, chill out dude. I didn't want to say "but they're all free on Android". I'll explain what I meant.
It's NOT that I don't want to support them by buying apps, I just found it a bit weird that only Spaz HD was free and all the other Twitter-apps not. I expected to at least find 2 other free ones, or lite versions of the paid ones. But I do support those devs. On Android, I also bought some apps.
@Sanjay: How do I do that then? Do I lose apps or settings or data when switching profiles?