Behold! The First Ugly iPad App

Look at all the pretty iPad apps! Then, look at this one. The iPad's earliest apps may be blessed with good looks and high production values, but it's only a matter of time until the rest show up. Like Twitepad.


What's especially striking about this Twitter app is that it doesn't seem that bad—most of the features you'd hope for are there, as are a few you wouldn't have thought of. It's the thoughtless design and eyesore skinning that are turnoffs here, not the app's feature list, which is kind of telling about what will make an appealing iPad app, no? Be pretty or die! [TUAW via Mosspuppet]


The features look good, it seems you can gather links and pics quite easy with this app. The layout looks confusing and takes up so much space... oh wait that's no problem since you're only gonna be doing one thing at a time with th iPad... I guess lack on multitasking is good for at least one thing: leaving plenty of room for ugly apps.