Carbon for Twitter Released and Its Every Bit What We Hoped For

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  • 03 Feb 2013
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  • After many months of waiting, the Twitter client that has left us all hoping for a shot at it, has been finally released for Android. The dark theme, gorgeous animations, speed and simplicity are the mains aspects of this very well designed app.

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    Carbon for Twitter by dots & lines was not built to be the best Twitter client there is. If you’re looking for features and the possibility to professionally manage your corporate Twitter accounts, then this is not the way to go. Carbon was made so that it could offer a different experience and a simple way to visualize and access tweets. It will not offer complicate menus or extra settings. What the other clients offer in 3 pages, Carbon gathers in one.

    The client offers the ability to manage multiple accounts. Once you sign in, you are greeted by the dark interface. Swipe to the left to discover your tweets and again for messages. Hit the 3-dot menu button for options like search and mentions. You can access your profile from the bottom bar and view all your stats. In the settings menu there is the possibility to activate notifications for messages and mentions. What really stands out is the great design of it. It’s simply flawless and very fast.

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    Carbon for Twitter is available now, for free on the Play Store.

     

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