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Carbon for Android could finally be available in a few days


Probably one of the most anticipated 3rd party Twitter apps for Android is Carbon. The app is created by Dots and Lines and has been in the works for many, many months, but on Twitter they noted that it’s only a few days away. Back in March they created a teaser video that showed off the intuitive design and flow of the app, which will be free, but now says the a full length video and a link to Google Play to download will soon be available.

Check out the teaser video below and we’ll update you once it’s live.

Source: Twitter
Via: Android Central

  • Tyson

    available for bb 10?

  • Graveyard

    RIP RIM

  • Ken

    waiting patiently!!

  • Dustin

    Really like the second half of the video where he goes sideways and blurry. Really high end special effect. Must have be really expensive to shoot.

    The app looks cool. I’ll be replacing Plume stat.

  • XR999

    Hmm, it looks like twicca might have finally met it’s match as my Android Twitter app of choice.

    • Thas

      Was thinking the exact same thing. This app looks promising.

    • Db

      You should try out tweedle, replaced twica for me.

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