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Second Look: Seesmic Twitter app for Windows Phone 7

Although we've seen Seesmic's Twitter app for Windows Phone 7 demoed before (see here and here), this looks to be their finalized, polished up version complete with video tour.

Considering it's looking less and less likely that Windows Phone 7 will support Twitter directly (though see here for contra), Seesmic's app looks to be a winner.

Like all Seesmic Twitter apps (e.g. desktop, Android), we can expect this to be a free offering as well. Can't be that.

Best part in our opinion? The ability to customize the look/layout of the program, followed by the solid and evidently seamless integration with the OS.

[via TechCrunch]

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