I hadn't heard of this company until now, and I wonder who has.
Twitter is attempting to better appeal to the Android audience. On Monday, Twitter said it acquired Cover, an Android lock-screen app that automatically picks which apps are shown on the home screen depending on where you are.
The company is Twitter’s first Android-specific acquisition, a kind of investment that it has yet to make for iOS-specific companies. It suggests that the Twitter experience on Android could become distinct from other mobile platforms.
I hadn't either but read an article on the same. I think it's gonna result in Twitter trying to emulate Facebook Home and providing better updates on your smartphone. Here is the article. It's more informative. [wired.com...]