Ahead of the iPad’s launch this week, InfoXenter has released screenshots of its Twitter app for the iPad, Twitepad, which will be available at the launch.
With the iPad, the biggest challenge is how to use the extra space in the best manner. Twitepad’s solution is integrating a web browser, which makes it easy to look at articles and links that friends send via Twitter. Twitepad also supports Instapaper, which makes it easier for users who want to save and recall articles for future reading. Twitepad can also support multiple columns like Tweetdeck. Apple had started accepting submissions to the App Store 10 days earlier.
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