It’s been in the news for months that Twitter will soon release an app called Carbon for Android. And many critics were pointing this new app’s development as a very slow move. But the reason behind its late arrival is that the developers were arguing Google to allow the submission of their paid app in UAE.
Twitter has already introduced an app for Windows Phone back in February, which was quite alike the Carbon App. Now as the Google is not allowing the developers for paid app, they finally planned to launch Carbon on the Play Station on 22nd of July for free. This app will be available with the full-fledged features that the developers were offering for the paid app. It is still not revealed that whether in future Google will submit this app as a paid one for different regions or not.