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UPDATE: fring releases Twitter 2.0 Add-on for Windows Mobile & S60
Posted by Arne Hess - on Monday, 30.03.09 - 16:10:12 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 13735x
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Following much user demand and the phenomenal explosion of Twitter, fring just released an all new Twitter 2.0 Add-on for Windows Mobile and Symbian smartphones, with stacks of new features.
You can now view other Twitter profiles, check-out your own followers and see who's following your. Furthermore, a new keyword search enables you to keep on top of a particular topic and with the cool new look and feel you can also open links like Tiny URL's from your incoming Tweets.

There are two ways to get the new Twitter 2.0 Add-on:

  • If they have a Windows Mobile, you can just go to the Add-ons tab inside fring, unsubscribe from the old Twitter add-on & re-subscribe to the new one.
  • If you're a Symbian user, simply download the new fring version 3.37 first, unsubscribe from the old Twitter add-on & re-subscribe to the new add-on.

But there's one more - in line with fring's belief in openness, fring also released the source code to its new Twitter 2.0 Add-on. So all the clever developers out there can take a look at a great example of how to use fring's API for developing Add-on applications of their own.

fring is available for Windows Mobile Professional (touchscreen) and Standard (non-touchscreen) smartphones and can be downloaded from fring's website.

Cheers ~ Arne

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