Windows Phone 7 Demo: Twitter

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The Twitter application for Windows Phone 7.

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    blagaisse

    Will this Microsoft application be available in the marketplace ? And for free ?  

    Then it kinda kills the many man months that WP7 developers have invested the past months to offer a Twitter client when WP7 releases. 

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    LiquidBoy

    This just highlights how each dev needs to find ways to distinguish there app from others. So if your building a twitter app, you gotta have good design and great addon services to compete.. Simple!

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    koistya

    What a music...  Perplexed

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    Burlyman

    Great tune!  (app looks cool too)...  any idea what that song is?  I tried to Shazam it, but there were no matches.

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    dsfsd

    @blagaisse:sdfsdf

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    fgdgf


    4 days ago, blagaisse wrote
    Will this Microsoft application be available in the marketplace ? And for free ?  
    Then it kinda kills the many man months that WP7 developers have invested the past months to offer a Twitter client when WP7 releases. 

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    asdsad


    a moment ago
    4 days ago, blagaisse wrote Will this Microsoft application be available in the marketplace ? And for free ?   Then it kinda kills the many man months that WP7 developers have invested the past months to offer a Twitter client when WP7 releases. 
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    Cyberkruz

    I don't think it kills the man months people have utilized to offer a Twitter client at all. If your application looks, feels, and runs better than the Microsoft one it will be used. Also, I think that building a Twitter application wasn't a very good investment by developers to begin with. Twitter applications have saturated the mobile marketplace and from a competitive standpoint I don't feel it is a smart investment. I would take the writing of a Twitter client as an investment in knowledge and not in trying to make a competitive product in the marketplace.

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