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  • Brizzly's Been Busy — Buying Apps, Creating Guides, And Going On Picnics.

    Brizzly's Been Busy — Buying Apps, Creating Guides, And Going On Picnics.

    Since it launched last July at our Realtime Stream CrunchUp, Brizzly has been one of the best web-based Twitter apps. It offers support for viewing pictures inline, shortened link expansion, multiple Twitter accounts, and even some Facebook support. But they’ve been quiet in recent months. Now we know why. The Brizzly team went into hibernation because they made a couple of acquisitions… Read More

  • Birdfeed Looks To Attract Tweets As The Go-To Twitter Geolocation App

    Birdfeed Looks To Attract Tweets As The Go-To Twitter Geolocation App

    Back in June, we wrote about Birdfeed, an iPhone Twitter application that finally brought the speed and simplicity to rival what many consider to be the top client, Tweetie. It’s a great app that offers a different look and feel from Tweetie (and especially now Tweetie 2), which some users prefer. And it’s about to gain a key feature which could further differentiate it… Read More

  • Birdfeed: Finally, An iPhone Twitter Client To Match Tweetie's Speed And Simplicity

    Birdfeed: Finally, An iPhone Twitter Client To Match Tweetie's Speed And Simplicity

    If you own an iPhone, chances are you have at least one Twitter client on it. And while everyday seems to bring new ones into the App Store, at the end of the day, Tweetie always seems to be the one that I go back to. TwitterFon, Twitterriffic and most recently, TweetDeck, all are worthy challengers, but I find each of them lacking in some regard. Usually, it’s either speed or simplicity. Read More