Upcoming Twitter client Tweasier announces beta test

Tweasier, which follows Twitter product naming conventions incredibly well by combining two words and starting with a “Tw”, has said in a post on its blog that it’ll be launching a beta test of its Twitter client in about a week from now.

We’re not entirely sure there’s much of a need for another Twitter client, what with Seesmic and Twidroid and Swift and the rest already doing a fine job, but we’ve signed up all the same. You never know, it might have really pretty icons.

tweasier beta

The beta will launch to signed-up people in “seven days time” according to the maker, and that was said in a blog post made last night – so there’s about six-and-a-half days to go. Not that we’re counting. We’ll probably forget all about it from now until the email arrives next Monday night. Sign up for it over here.

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  1. Thanks for covering the launch of Tweasier we really appreciate it – I am the maker/creator you refer too. Unfortunately, I need to correct a couple of things. This is a web application and won’t be for Android although we may develop an Android client in the future. Also it’s not just a Twitter client it will do quite a but more than that. We have created it to help make the web experience of Twitter a tad easier hence following the “Twitter product naming convention” you refer too.

    I hope it lives up to your expectations.

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  2. Gary Cutlack

     /  March 24, 2010

    Whoops. Thanks for scraping up the mess, Chris :(

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  3. No worries Gary – we are now in beta and the site is going through some major imrpovements everyday. It’s a little slow but in the next two weeks it will be speeding up by around 3 times. We would love you to do a review and tell us what you think and what we should add.

    We would hope to have mobile apps coming out later this year when the web app is fully operational, stable and has a decent number of subscribers.

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  4. Hmm, I was under the impression this had to do with Android, as well, since Tweasier followed me on Twitter. I only post Tweets from my Moto Droid, so I don’t understand why I would be followed, since my Tweets all clearly state they were made from TweetCaster(an android only app). Looking at their website didn’t help, either, as it was lacking any mention of supported platforms.

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