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PreCentral: App Preview: Neo webOS

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#1 NewsDummy


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Posted September 11, 2012 - 08:11 PM

App Preview: Neo webOS

The land of webOS used to be a bountiful land full of ridiculously awesome Twitter apps. As time progressed interest in webOS amongst developers dwindled and these developers either pulled their app or abandoned them altogether. Then when former CEO extraordinaire </sarcasm> Leo Apotheker killed webOS hardware the Twitter apps started dropping like flies. We still have a couple great offerings from diehard webOS developers, but the overall selection is definitely "slim pickens" compared to what webOS users once had. Needless to say we are always happy to see any signs of a new Twitter client (or any new app, really) so when we stumbled upon Neo webOS we got excited. Since the app is currently in closed beta, we immediately got in touch with the developer and managed to snag a very early copy of the app to preview for you. 

Neo webOS is the brainchild of developer Bryan Leasot, otherwise known as @fxspec06 on the interwebs, and a student of Computer Information Systems Programming. Leasot planned this project all summer long and as soon as his summer classes ended in early August he got started on Neo with a little help from his friend Jake Morrison. Using Spazcore from the open source and famed open source webOS Twitter client Spaz HD as a foundation, Leasot gutted and rewrote code from Spaz HD with the new Enyo 2.0 framework. His current goals for this project are speed, customizability, and usability.

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