Tweet’s free iPhone app needs to work on basics

Aug 20, 2009
Tech

When Apple offered a landscape mode for texts and e-mails in the iPhone 3.0 software upgrade, I found myself constantly rotating my iPhone when using other apps. But there were no free Twitter app to work in landscape mode. Then I found Tweet, a new Twitter tool. TwitterFon. Worse, Tweet is downright slow, both when […]

When Apple offered a landscape mode for texts and e-mails in the iPhone 3.0 software upgrade, I found myself constantly rotating my iPhone when using other apps. But there were no free Twitter app to work in landscape mode.

Then I found Tweet, a new Twitter tool. TwitterFon.

Worse, Tweet is downright slow, both when it’s refreshing and when it’s sending. And it doesn’t support multiple Twitter accounts.

If flipping tweets into landscape mode is your only requirement when looking for a Twitter app, Tweet’s free price tag makes it worth a look. Otherwise, save your space.

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Kathryn Swartz

Kathryn Swartz is a freelance writer/editor who doesn't know how people lived pre iPhone. She attended the Missouri School of Journalism.

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