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  1. #21  
    I've tried Twee Free, and I currently use Tweed Paid.

    I just think the overall simpler user interface, and more pleasing color palette sits well for me. I use twitter close to everyday, but I wouldn't say I'm very hardcore. All that's important to me is notifications, an easy-to-use and pretty interface, and direct photo upload. Tweed Paid does all that for me.
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    I hated Spaz the short time I tried it, I haven't used Yak at all.

    Between Tweed and Twee, I greatly prefer Tweed. The look, layout and ease of features are the best I've seen. You can easily check your @ replies/mentions, DMs, trending topics, your tweets, upload pics, view pics, send location via your phones GPS, and following/unfollowing is really easy too.

    The timeline marker is a huge help too, and the ability to jump to the top/bottom of the list or right to your marker is great if you haven't check in a few days or if you have a ton of people you follow.

    I was using the free version pretty much since I first got my Pre, and I had no problem paying the $2 for the full version when it was made available.
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    In my opinion, the coolest thing about Tweed is the conversation tracker...you can easily see a conversation people are having.

    Wish the twitter website would do that...

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    #24  
    Tweed feels like you're using a webos app. It feels native.
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  5. #25  
    we need more free twitter apps! im addicted to it to and i hope tweetdeck or tweetie are making an app for us
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    delete
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    oh and if if u want tweetdeck to do a webos version request it here TweetDeck Support :: PALM PRE VERSION
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    Quote Originally Posted by cocochannel View Post
    we need more free twitter apps! im addicted to it to and i hope tweetdeck or tweetie are making an app for us
    I would also liked TweetDeck for the cross-platform syncing, but not because it's free. I don't spend much on apps usually, but really, Tweed is great and worth the measly $2.
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    #29  
    love the timeline marker and ease of use! I'm using the free too - looking forward to the paid version IF we ever get a paid app catalog in Canada
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    #30  
    I use spaz, in large part because the webOS and desktop versions (which is an Adobe AIR app) are essentially the same. That of course is assuming I'm on Windows. Eventually I will figure out how to get Air running on Gentoo (Sabayon) and use it there as well.

    I am interested in trying Bad Kitty when it comes out.
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    #31  
    I like Tweed better than Twee, mostly due to responsiveness and speed.
  12. #32  
    Could someone clear this up for me: does the paid version of Tweed still notify you when you get a reply/dm even when you close the app?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SqyArc View Post
    Could someone clear this up for me: does the paid version of Tweed still notify you when you get a reply/dm even when you close the app?
    Yes it does.
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    Thanks. When the app store comes to Europe I'll probably buy Tweed.
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    #35  
    Another vote for Tweed here. I love the look of the UI, over all speed and how smooth it is. Best $1.99 I've spent.
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    I have tried all three and love Tweed for its simplicity, color scheme and style, user-friendly interface, and webOS look and feel. However I don't like the fact that it takes Tweed a long time to load - not sure what it's doing in the background but it nearly locks up my Pre every time I fire it up, with or without other cards open.
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