Cover, the contextual lock screen replacement that’s been available in open beta since December has been acquired by Twitter.
For now, the app is still available in the Play Store, and Cover promises that „for now“ that won’t change. When or if it will eventually change is unclear, but Cover’s blog post on the matter goes on to explain their newly forged relationship.
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Twitter Acquires Cover Lock Screen To Build On ‚Incredible Potential Of Android‘ was written by the awesome team at Android Police.