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I think it's kind of hilarious I'm getting shit from the dev team that made Carbon (the Twitter client). First the lead dev bitches up a storm on G+ and deletes it, now some "other guy" on the team (though he isn't always up front about that) tries to fuck with me on Twitter and deletes his post a few minutes later. Yet it's +Android Police that is being "childish" for posting an honest review? We talked this over, and I'm not the only one that feels this way about Carbon.

Duders: I'm sorry I didn't like your app (this is not a real apology). It just isn't very good when you compare it to all the other clients out there. That's a bummer, but fixing your app would be a better use of your time than bitching up a storm at me.

Edit: to be clear, this "other guy" has been popping up in AP comments and on Twitter claiming to be on the Carbon team. He was also promoting Carbon pretty heavily on his Twitter feed. The Carbon dev (see below) says this guy is not involved with the project. We don't delete comments at AP and I don't see where the real dev shut the other guy down (not saying he didn't try). So maybe the "other guy" is just a liar-pants. Read that section of this post with skepticism.

Double edit: Okay, the real "Other Guy" pinged us and made clear that he wasn't the one in our comments claiming to be on the Carbon team. He asked that I take his name out, so I have because he wasn't directly involved. It was just a misunderstanding because some random guy was pretending to be him, or was just pasting his twitter handle around for some reason. Yeah, it makes no sense. He just sent some tweets that he regretted that happened to show up right when the real dev was posting his shitstorm. So he's not involved with Carbon, and as near as I can tell he didn't actually claim to be. The situation with the original dev stands
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Wow. That's really immature of them. I would have been willing to give their app a try but with attitudes and behavior like this I'm no longer willing to give them my time. You are completely in the right. I'd much rather have an honest review than some fluff piece written to stroke the egos of the developers. It's the honest work you do that has earned you my trust. Don't ever change. :)
 
I only tried it for a couple of minutes, I found it unintuitive, but I don't really do Twitter, G+ is so much more useful. Uninstalling.
 
It's too bad. I had a lot of hope for Carbon but both Plume and Falcon Pro blow it away. Maybe after a few feature have been added it will be worth looking at again. 
 
Also that person has Skrill in their name. Should probably ignore anyway. 
 
He just replied again and deleted it. I don't understand people very well, but these devs are extra bizarre. 
 
I actually enjoyed Carbon and said as much in AP's G+ post https://plus.google.com/+AndroidPolice/posts/DKEWSUr7d5b. Personally, I like some aspects of the app and realize that things that are missing can be fixed in future updates. And I personally like the interaction and fluidity.

I also did call out +Carbon for Android and the dev for their empty promises back in the day:
https://plus.google.com/+AndroidPolice/posts/6sW6wZ9CfFk
https://plus.google.com/+AndroidPolice/posts/83rz3zRLYAF
https://plus.google.com/+AndroidPolice/posts/VEHTdMeBFJU

As a fellow developer, I stand fully behind those posts. We were updating the community on the state of Carbon for Android and its broken promises (broken over and over for months).

I still have no idea who the hell +Skrill Dilly is and what he has to do with +Carbon for Android. I don't know why I should care for what he has to say or what he thinks. But he makes it look like he's part of the +Carbon for Android for Android team. And he thought the Android community was uptight about the +Carbon for Android team reviewing their own app in the Play Store with 5 stars. Real classy guy this one.
 
Some people just can't take criticism. I tried the app for a day but went back to falcon. For as long as the app took I expected it to be way more feature complete. They hyped it up for how long for a launch that is pretty dismal when compared with what out on the market right now. I wish we had more honey reviews of apps and not just the oh this app is great because I don't want to tick off the developers and not review any apps in the future. As a developer myself I prefer the criticism over the praise any day because its that's criticism that let's me make my product better.
 
Could you at least cross check?

He is not part of the Carbon team nor a developer!

I'm the developer behind Carbon and he is not part of the Team nor a developer who works with us.

What a mess man!
 
+Ryan Whitwam No body ever checks or do any sort of due diligence any more? Check our twitter or our G+ pages, have we ever acted like that with any one? 

If you don't know the team, go check, before posting controversial posts like that. This is really alarming, I did comment on Android Police and let every one know that he isn't part of the team. All my comments were deleted. I still don't understand why!
 
+M.Saleh Esmaeili Really? He seems pretty sure that he is. http://imgur.com/y5BqjwF

That's not the only place a person claiming to be Skrill_Dilly has claimed to be part of the team. If he's not involved at all, you need to have words with him because he's not doing you any favors. 
 
Well he's not, and I commented on all of those comments and folks at AndroidPolice deleted my commments.

+Carbon for Android is a single-man project. No team!
 
Now could you please take off such a post, I'd be greatful, between coding and supporting a community of users, honestly it's tough to control such stuff, I'd appreciate it if this goes off.
 
+M.Saleh Esmaeili I added a disclaimer to the post. If you say this guy isn't associated with the project, that's fine. But you might want to talk to him directly. 
 
+Ryan Whitwam Wow! A disclaimer? This post is jus' to stir controversy, really not to convey any message then. I can stop following it and get back to work instead. But really, thank you!
 
+M.Saleh Esmaeili FYI, we never deleted any comments. However, I may have found yours spammed by Disqus yesterday and unspammed it (I vaguely recall it). Either way, all invalidly spammed comments should be live now.
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