The nice folks at Twidroyd have now made their Twitter app ad free. They state their desire to change their business model to provide users with a rich Twitter experience and that this is primarily in response to user requests.
Twitter, I owe you a collective apology before I begin this post. I'm sorry. I love the new "mute a Twitter user" feature on Twidroyd. Please, I want to follow each other, but just not during your Twitter-tantrums. Jokes aside,
Twidroyd has long been considered one of the leading Twitter apps for Android. They continue to push innovation of the Twitter experience on mobile platforms. Yesterday they announced via Twitter, Twidroyd Factory, a website
Twidroid will now be known as Twidroyd. Why? Because TweetUp Incorporated just bought them. And, if that's not enough, they're actually trying to shy away from any licensing issues that may come up from Lucas Films, considering