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A new version of the popular Twitter app for Windows 8, Tweetro+ from developer Lazyworm Applications has been released that adds new features along with support for Twitter's API 1.1.
A new version of the popular Twitter app for Windows 8, Tweetro+ from developer Lazyworm Applications has been released with a number of new features added to the app.
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Lazyworm Applications has temporarily cut the price of their popular Tweetro+ app for Windows 8 to just $4.99, which will last for the rest of the holiday season.
Many people are wondering why the new version of the Windows 8 third party Twitter client, Tweetro+, cost $9.99 for its "introductory price". We get answers from the app's co-creator.
The new version of the popular Tweetro app for Windows 8 from developer Lazyworm Applications has been released. The app, now called Tweetro+, is priced at $9.99.
When Tweetro hit the 100,000 user limit imposed by Twitter, there was a possibility that Lazywormapps would have to release a paid-for app as a replacement. Well, that looks like happening this week.
Atta Elayyan, the co-founder of Lazyworm Applications, talks to us about his Windows 8 Twitter app Tweetro and how he feels about Twitter forcing him to pull the app from the Windows Store.
Twitter won't bend its 100,000 user rule for the third party app Tweetro which will cause its developers to release a paid version of the now removed free Windows 8 app.
LazywormApps has been enjoying a spike in application downloads since the introduction of Windows 8. But now their Tweetro app has been removed from the Windows Store due to Twitter token limitations.