This was sent to me via a PM on BitcoiNTalk, and I don’t have anything notable to add, so here you go., and I quote :
“February 2014: Nxt Client Month!
I think it’s safe to say that February will be regarded as a pivotal month in the history of Nxt. Like it or not, one of Nxt’s big weaknesses has been the availability of clients that are both easy to use and easy to install. That problem has now been solved.
On the 13th and the days preceding we saw the release of not one, not two, but FIVE one-click clients!
Several user-made clients were released: NXT Solaris, NXT Wallet, dotNXT and ClieNXT all saw updates released to a form
that has become increasingly useful to mainstream users. In addition to this, early NXT Exchange DGEX also released
the first version of their Nxt client Offspring.
All of these easy to install clients make use of the existing features that Nxt offers:
sending and receiving Nxt, create and assign aliases, sending and receiving messages using the Nxt decentralised data transfer system
Arbitrary Messages and are ready for use with Nxt’s Asset Exchange system.
Every one of these clients brings something unique to the table.
For instance, ClieNXT is a very slim client, which opts for a clean interface.
NXT Solaris on the other hand, sports a multitude of options and features, like a tool for comparing Exchanges in real-time.
NXT Wallet works in your browser and is simply stunning to see.
The results are easy to see: the prices for Nxt have risen by approximately 25% over the last two days.
Combined with the start of the test phase of Nxt’s revolutionary Asset Exchange, Nxt is more than living up to its promise of
delivering not just a new currency to the crypto scene, but a complete framework to build an online economy.
All mentioned clients can be found at nxtclients.org.”
We will take a closer look at all of these releases over the course of the following days, so stay tuned people!