The much anticipated Twitter client developed by RIM itself has now been moved from private beta to public beta. Over the past two months there has been quite a bit of hype about this new Twitter client being brought to the game, and now the wait is over. Though the application is not a full release, it is fully functional and is now a contender in the race for the best Twitter client.
Back when the initial version was released into private beta the application was fairly buggy, very slow, and obviously fresh out of the alpha phase. The public beta is the same version that was leaked last week, and In this version a long list of improvements were made due to feedback from the beta users. The list is as follows:
I’ve been using the Twitter for BlackBerry client fairly regularly and I must say, it is a very nice application. I’m glad to see RIM finally release it to the public, even if it is a beta version. To get your own copy of the Twitter for BlackBerry beta, head over to the Test Center for App World or you can download it OTA (from your BlackBerry Browser) by clicking here.
Tell us what you think about the client in the comments! (Remember, this is still in a beta phase which means RIM is looking for feedback.)