A few days ago we told you about a really lazy, really casual application for Twitter called LazyScope. The idea is that you can sit back and see all of the content within your Twitter feed without having to click on links and open new windows. Further, you’re able to subscribe to the content that you see linked, adding it to your feed.
While we loved the idea, there were a few things that we wanted to see changed. We absolutely wanted user streams, we also wanted a smaller interface. Ethan, the brain behind Lazyscope, went to work and produced this for us, but also added a leanback feature as well. Now you can control Lazyscope with keyboard commands.
Need more proof of how cool it is? Here’s a video for you:
Is it any wonder why Lazyscope is now my off-duty Twitter client of choice? Have others? Let us know in the comments.
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