over 2 years ago
Interesting, sad it "will never see the light" as you mention it in your tags ...
As @Maximlian said, it looks great. Sorry to hear that..
@Maximlian @Julien @Farzad Thank you so much guys.. this app has been my baby for few months till the announcement, quite disappointing.
Oh.. What a pity! This is really nice.
Amazing work as usual Fares :)
could i ask y its not going to see the light?
Wow, this looked amazing! Sorry to hear that.
@Didi - Because of this: http://bit.ly/ev6PEa
I am *so* disappointed of that shitty decision from Twitter. It's one of the lamest things ever. :(
I'm gonna use it! awesome as usual
It sucks that there are so many shitty and ugly ones out there because this one is nice!
Twitter is going Apple. :/
@Fabio Thanks mate.. it's always an encouragement to read comment from you :)
@Bilal @Waseem @Tim Thank you :)
@Manolo @Thomas Yeah, it sucks to realize that countless hours spent almost for nothing. :/
So nice work, the cleanness and the colors generate a cool atmosphere! great work!
Have you folks been following the comment thread in the Twitter Development Talk group? The impact of this announcement is not nearly as dire as many people make it out to be. Yes, Twitter is tightening things up in the API department … but to stop developing your new Twitter client because of this one statement? It seems a bit overreactive, if you ask me.
Looks great! I hope that you'll release this. Just as Grant wrote above, things are not as bad as they first where described...
As a Twitter employee, I can confirm things are not as bad as people have believed. We're not going to stop people from building apps that reproduce the core functionalities of Twitter, but if you do do that, just be aware we're holding you to a higher standard. That goes for design, functionality, and ToS compliance.
The goal of the announcement was to say take Twitter and innovate on top of it; recreating the same features provide you as a developer with no real value to users or the system. Sure you can have an app that does timelines, mentions, DMs, etc—but how much more awesome is a Twitter app that bubbles up top movies in your network, predicts stock performance, or analyzes the ginormous amounts of data we collect?
So far, your app looks great and I see no problems based on this screenshot. I'd push you to take this concept in a unique direction and offer something on top of the core Twitter experience. Don't throw anything away, please keep going!
Looks really nice, I hope you continue with it. Do you have a developer working on it?
Keep going with it. Twitter's app for iPhone is getting worse and worse, yours might save the day.
Wow, feels overwhelmed by the responses.
@Raul @Grant @Kristoffer @Ryan Thanks.
@Jono Now I think there's a chance :) Yes, I'm collaborating with a very talented developer.
@Mark ever since the announcement in Twitter development group, I follow each response. Furthermore, Ryan's answer to one of the questions was "More specifically, developers ask us if they should build client apps that mimic or reproduce the mainstream Twitter consumer client experience. The answer is no." I also read the post at Arstechnica. Therefore I think there is no point anymore to develop a Twitter client.
Anyway, after I read your response, I think there's a chance once more :)
Thanks for the encouraging response Mark, very much appreciated.
I just hope that "buy pro" button doesn't link to something that costs more than 99c :)
Cool, fingers crossed.
This design is awesome.. much better than anything out there now.
Maybe it doesn't do anything more (or better) than the official Twitter app. But judging from the screenshot it looks a lot better, and for some people (especially visual folks like designers) that's just enough. Twitter should respect that.
about 2 years ago
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