It looks like Android and BlackBerry users have one client less to tweet with on their mobile devices. Twidroyd has been officially suspended according to a Tweet from the official Twitter account. Along with UberTwitter, another well known Twitter client for BlackBerry OS, the apps have been suspended due to violations of their Twitter’s official policies. It hasn’t been mentioned what happened this time around, as Twidroyd has been suspended before. It is uncertain if the clients will ever be modified or updated to comply with the policies, but stay tuned for more details. How many of you use these clients for your tweeting purposes?
Update (4:28PM): The developer of the apps have announced that both clients have been fixed and the updated versions of the should work fine.
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