New Twitter Android client due for release in July
The much anticipated Carbon for Android, which started out as an app for Palm’s webOS, is now due for an official Android release later this month. In a post on Google+, its developers explain the difficulties that its release has faced and tell us:
We’re shooting for an official Google Play submission on the week of July 22nd, and that ain’t gonna’ be a Beta, but “the” V1.
The other good news for users is that the app will be free. It was planned to be released as a premium app, but Play Store restrictions have prevented this from taking place. However, the Carbon team are still going ahead and releasing the app for free, so we encourage you to donate if you do like Carbon.