Brizzly, the web-based Twitter and Facebook client that's like a much more useful Twitter website, no longer forces you to accept light green as a predominant colour (which seems inspired by the maker's office space). In addition to adding four themes, with more to come, Brizzly has launched an iPad interface, and lets users quickly take a picture with their webcam for posting. There's also emoji detection — for very, very productive tweeting, of course. [Thing Labs]
Brizzly Adds Themes, iPad Interface, Webcam Photos
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