If you have an Android tablet, you've no doubt checked out TweetComb and Newsr by now. (If not, you really should.) We've done reviews for both (hit the links above) and walked away pleasantly surprised with them even during the beta stages of the applications.
One suggestion we did make was to make the apps free and get them into the hands of as many users as possible and now, the developer behind both apps; Chris Stewart has done just that. Yes, TweetComb and Newsr are both now available as free apps in the Android Market but the great news doesn't stop there. If you've previously purchased either app, Chris is offering refunds to existing customers, all you need to do is reach out and let him know you wish to be refunded.
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