The Ads In UberTwitter Beta 4 Aren’t Going Over Too Well

As you may have already heard, UberTwitter Beta 4 was released today.  What you may not have known is that ads have been added to the the top of the application and it doesn’t look like they are going over well with the UberTwitter community.

UberTwitter says that they will have a premium version of the software without the adds coming out in within the next 2 weeks, but, of course, you will have to pay for that.

[Via Mashable]

  • http://benpike.net Ben Pike

    Blah. Don’t really care. If they app sucked and the ads were obtrusive – that’d be one thing. But it doesn’t… and they aren’t.

    Get over it people.

    • Robert

      I agree. The ads aren’t too bad and developers gotta eat! I will probably buy the premium version. :-)

  • Zane

    @ Ben Pike….I totally agree, the ads are barely in the way and the application is very well done, it could very well be the best 3rd party app for any platform, let them get paid people, at least they aren’t forcing you to pay like some apps that are hardly even good at what they do

  • Alan

    It was never a secret that a premium version was coming. I can’t believe that this is a big deal.

  • Steve

    What is Twitter?

  • Chris

    Yes, it was never secret that there would be a paid version. However, the developers never let beta users know that there would be ads. Which kind of feels like a “thank-you for helping us develop the software and now pay us or look at these ads”. I have a problem with software like that. And then when I didn’t want to upgrade, every time I started the app it “reminded” me to upgrade, making it nag-ware.

  • Chris

    Why not make a lite version and a paid version, like socialscope?

  • http://www.mattsrabbit.com run_rabbit_run

    first.. I can’t update tweets at all. next it likes to internal GPS without me saying when I’m ok with it and when I’m not.. finally.. there’s ads….. please let me reload beta 3… pleeeeaaassseeeee

  • Steve

    If they told everyone this was going to be the release with ads nobody would be testing it. I think they deserve to get paid for the excellent job they’ve been doing as well as keeping everybody in the loop and timely updates. I will be buying the premium version here in about two weeks when it is released.

  • Hegrew

    What is Twitter?

  • http://www.rimarkable.com Robb Dunewood