LevelUp Changes ‘Touiteur’ to ‘Plume’ After Twitter Request
Remember the e-mail Twitter sent to the Touiteur developers, about the name of their application? In case you don’t, it essentially contained this message: “Change the name of your app or we will start prosecution.”
LevelUp, not wanting to be prosecuted (who does?), promptly began complying, throwing out a public poll to decide on a new name. About 5,000 people voted and decided the fate of the Twitter client, changing its name to *Drum rolls*… Plume!
It will do, but Touiteur sounded better, partly because Touiteur was pretty straightforward about the functioning of the app. Level Up Studio will push the name change of the app through the Market in a few days, accompanied by a few bugfixes and optimizations. Once the update has been pushed, tweets will have the “Via Plume” signature instead of “Via Touiteur”
So, do you like it or not?
Source: LevelUp studio
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