When Google unleashed Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich last year, many people were excited about its cleaner look and feel compared to previous versions. Now that the operating system is finally achieving a pro version for $2.99) is another ICS-only Twitter option which is fairly lightweight and offers simple, basic functionality which some users will appreciate. However, it isn’t necessarily a shining example of Android design guidelines and the Holo interface.

New Twitter apps emerge everyday, but according to the official company blog, the developers of Twitter are likely to clamp down on apps “that mimic or reproduce the mainstream Twitter consumer client experience.” However, the company’s API is still readily available and capable of doing some pretty exciting stuff. How this will affect future Twitter clients on Android is not yet known.