After a day of usage, Dayre was great for microblogging (and actually blogging) but terrible for reading up on friends’ newsfeeds.
For that purpose, I was not sure how that would pan out eventually. They really ought to resolve the lagging part.
It was so slow that I had problems reading comments and loading friends’ home pages. Well, the interface seemed sleek and smooth but the underlying current was frustrating. No matter how much packaging and marketing could do, the core product was still important unless the developer was only interested in a “hit and miss” business.