Accessible Twitter is now Easy Chirp

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Friday, 9 September 2011

The popular accessible version of Twitter, once known as Accessible Twitter, is now known as Easy Chirp.

From the press release:

The name change is due to several reasons, the foremost is that the Twitter rules of use for third-party applications does not allow the word "Twitter" in the name of the application. Also, the word "easy" is simpler to understand than "accessible", especially to those not in the accessibility or disability communities. And, the new name is considerably shorter, especially important with the 140-character limit in Twitter statuses, better known as tweets.

For more, visit Easy Chirp (opens in new window).