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There is also an Android version available called Wittr, also by Chris.
 
There is also an Android version available called Wittr, also by Chris.
 
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=it.ct14.wittr&hl=en_GB
 
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=it.ct14.wittr&hl=en_GB
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When Googling Wittr you may find yourself going to wittr.com, the homepage of American black metal band Wolves In The Throne Room. If you have a quarter of an hour free you might listen to one of their track via the [[Wittertainment playlist]].

Revision as of 20:46, 20 March 2016

Following suggestions for an app to help Wittertainees find other likeminded individuals, an app for your Generic fruit based device has been created by a listener to do just that. This app is not endorsed by the BBC, the presenters or, indeed, Witterpedia. However, at the moment it seems to work and comes with a handy copy of the Code of Conduct.

The app is on the Apple App Store: iWittr by Chris Mingay https://appsto.re/gb/YZ9Nab.i

There is also an Android version available called Wittr, also by Chris. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=it.ct14.wittr&hl=en_GB

When Googling Wittr you may find yourself going to wittr.com, the homepage of American black metal band Wolves In The Throne Room. If you have a quarter of an hour free you might listen to one of their track via the Wittertainment playlist.