(ASK) Twitter client yg ud support Twitlonger?

by David Haryanto » Sat, 29 May 2010 14:19:40 GMT


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 Friends,

As subject, selain touiteur dan twidroid pro, apa lagi ya? Kemarin ud cobain
keduanya, tp mayan berat. Sekarang pake seesmic enteng, tp kok ga bisa
twitlonger. Thx

Best Regards,
David Haryanto
david.harya...@gmail.com
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(ASK) Twitter client yg ud support Twitlonger?

by Shirou » Sat, 29 May 2010 21:44:29 GMT


 Pake twica aja om coba search d market

send from shiroi spica
...ore tanjou....




Friends,

As subject, selain touiteur dan twidroid pro, apa lagi ya? Kemarin ud cobain
keduanya, tp mayan berat. Sekarang pake seesmic enteng, tp kok ga bisa
twitlonger. Thx

Best Regards,
David Haryanto
david.harya...@gmail.com
*sent from white spica

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(ASK) Twitter client yg ud support Twitlonger?

by Arie Sakti » Sat, 29 May 2010 22:33:02 GMT


 Pake touiteur om sudah ada twitlongernya

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Barusan install nih. Bagus UI nya.. tp kok ga bisa twitlonger ya? Bedanya
Old RT sama new RT apa ya?



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David Haryanto
david.harya...@gmail.com
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