Zune HD has got its first native client for Twitter. Users using Zune HD can now grab the Twitter app from the Marketplace for free. Engadget says that although it’s one of the best looking Twitter clients, the functioning is horrendously buggy. To add insult to injury, Microsoft is censoring out swears which seems a bit ridiculous to me. A user should have the liberty to decide if he wants to read profane words or not. Maybe an option in the future version will solve it.
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