Plume for Android Update Adds ICS Elements


Plume (formerly Touiteur) for Android has received an update that should please owners of Ice Cream Sandwich devices. It brings the “swipe” philosophy Google introduced with this version of Android as well as the in-line context menu button that replaces the menu button. It pretty much looks like it was designed with Ice Cream Sandwich in mind as you can see in the screenshots above.

The tablet version of this app has always been available and designed for Honeycomb, but they’ve made a couple of minor changes to make it more like a native Ice Cream Sandwich app. Other changes include support for extending long tweets, support for photo uploads, the ability to resize pictures depending on network speed and some bug fixes. Find the client in the Google Play Store here.


Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. “the in-line context menu button that replaces the menu button”
    Methinks you are confused about what a “context menu” is.

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