The Aeries story, with Brad Stevenson

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Late last week, a stylish new Twitter client was launched for Windows Phone - Aeries. It's in my review list, but I'm waiting for the application to stabilise before delivering a full verdict. In the meantime, though, I caught up with its developer, Brad Stevenson, chatting about his new Twitter app and all things Windows (Phone). See the video below.

I caught up with Brad down at my local pub, so apologies for some hum from a coffee machine in the middle of the footage!

Nice chap, with boundless enthusiasm! Here are some shots of Aeries in action, to whet your appetite:

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The full width images look great in a timeline, the quick actions bar pops up here with a tap, by default; the Settings pane works directly or via panorama swipes, a nice touch.

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It's easy to filter out keywords you don't want to see in tweets (e.g. here when there's a football match on!); saving 'last read' tweet position was apparently of the core aims of Aeries....

Good stuff. You can buy Aeries in the Store if you like - or wait for my full review in a week or so's time.