mini review on that. Later it went from being a paid app to free for all. Personally it is nice but it is too similar to Tweetdeck for PC and I didn't like the small size and having all three panels always open. TweetCaster has came to the rescue for all us android tablet users and so far I love it.
quick look at TweetComb, the first, Twitter client, optimized for tablets not too long ago. The app was definitely pretty, if not a little less intuitive than we'd have liked for it's $2.99 price tag. Starting today though, the apps creator, Chris Stewart has made it, and another of his apps, Newsr, free to download on the Android Market.
@DroidLanding is at it again and has reactivated. The last time we heard from these guys was around 3 or so months ago. For those that don't know, they tweet information or clues as to where you can find your very own DROID for free. The Droid X, and Droid 2 campaigns were both very popular and people were going crazy trying to find these devices all throughout the states.