Brizzly for Twitter swallows Birdfeed, but doesn’t measure up to the original

Mar 17, 2010
Tech

When I reviewed Twitter iPhone app Tweetie 2’s pull-down-to-refresh and a bottom tool bar that’s found in basically all the other Twitter iPhone apps available. The only interesting thing I found in Brizzly was its news tab, which connects to the “Brizzly Guide,” a user-edited stream that explains what Twitter’s current trends are actually about. If […]

When I reviewed Twitter iPhone app Tweetie 2’s pull-down-to-refresh and a bottom tool bar that’s found in basically all the other Twitter iPhone apps available. The only interesting thing I found in Brizzly was its news tab, which connects to the “Brizzly Guide,” a user-edited stream that explains what Twitter’s current trends are actually about.

If you’re looking for a new way to read Twitter on the Web, Brizzly.com is worth a look, but until the iPhone app includes the same features as the Web site, Brizzly for Twitter is worth skipping.

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