Twitter is one of the most popular social networks in the world, along with Facebook. There are hundreds of millions of regular users and many rely on it to access the most current news and trends. The platform has its controversy sometimes. But there is no other social network showing you things chronologically so you can now see the new things happening. Look no further if you are looking for a wonderful Twitter experience. In recent years, this room has stagnated quite a bit. Twitter can however introduce such tools which can lead to a new increase in Twitter apps from third parties.
Fenix 2 is the sequel to one of Twitter’s most famous applications. Fenix 2 provides a little refinement as opposed to the first. This is good news since the first one is no longer available in Google Play. It supports many accounts, a silent framework, a fantastic interface and more. There are also some options for customizing your main screen. It works pretty well even though it’s a little younger than other mature Twitter apps. It’s also cheap, but the free version is not available to try first.
Albatross is one of the newest third-party Twitter applications for Twitter. It has several of the correct features, including an ad-free experience, a fully chronological order and subject matter. Other features include list support, notification style sorting, and support all Twitter media formats. Finally, this is one of the few decent tweet scheduling choices for customers. In any event, this one had a hard start, but recent changes seem to repair things very well.
Hootsuite is one of Twitter’s initial software that also monitors other social networks simultaneously. This helps you to search your Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and several other profiles from one central hub. At first, it’s a little frustrating, but it’s a pleasure to use when you learn how. You can post on several networks at once, get Facebook and Twitter updates when people mention you (or a particular hashtag) and much more is there. This includes a subscription to the complete list of features. Only companies and related organizations, however will need such a thing.
For Twitter Friendly is one of the newest Twitter applications on this list. We like the Friendly For Facebook app of this developer already so we were glad to see a Twitter version as well. The app helps you to log on to Twitter and scroll through the old schedule just like every other Twitter app. There are also a number of tools. Other features include the ability to download Twitter videos, GIFs and photos if you wish. The pro edition also has a range of customization options.
Talon for Twitter is one of Twitter’s most popular applications. It was also one of the first ones to design materials. Since then, it’s one of the best Twitter applications currently available. It has a nice user interface, two-account support, Android wear support, night mode, and even a native YouTube player so that you don’t have to quit. There is no free version of this application so make sure you test it in the refund period to make sure that you like it! It is probably one of the best Twitter applications.
Owly is a newer Twitter app for Twitter. It’s easily one of the best in a sluggish and diminishing Twitter app market. However, with this one there is room for change. It does the fundamentals and also has special ways of circumventing the character limit of Twitter and other instruments. There are however a lack of certain simple features and user interfaces to keep that in mind. This is a good quick Twitter application with some fun features, but over time we want to see improvements.
TwitPane is one of the lighter and more customized Twitter applications. Its fame claim is the ability to display just the tabs you want to see. You can thus delete the things you don’t want and just retain the things you do. Furthermore the free version of the app (ad supported) supports three accounts while the paid version supports five. It doesn’t look that unique, but the architecture is clear and solid. The free version is sponsored ads. The paid edition eliminates the advertisements and introduces a couple of extra features. It’s incredibly fine.
Tweet2gif is more of a Twitter tool than a Twitter replacement. You should download videos and GIFs because the stock software doesn’t normally. Videos can be downloaded into MP4, GIFs can be downloaded in GIF format and a history record for downloads exists. The software works very well. The link to a tweet is copied and pasted and the application scans the information and lets you download the material. The app has the Google Play reviewers’ very occasional bug, but it performed perfectly in our research. This is a perfect tool for those who want to take Twitter down.
Ubersocial is actually developed by the same developers who gave us Plume for Twitter so that you know what to expect from the other, when you have used one. It has a deeper integration than normal and you can upload the app to Facebook. It also provides some of the most common features of a Twitter app, including multiple account support, post muting, live views, conversational views, etc. There are also several unusual features like shake-to-refresh. It’s a fun app to try, but is beginning to lose its charm compared to newer, modern Twitter apps. Plume, another competent and famous Twitter client, also does this same developer.
Naturally, we will give the official Twitter application a mandatory nod. Hilariously, one of the least bloated choices in the list is the official Twitter app. It does what you have to do, and that’s it. It will be the first to embrace new features on Twitter. This includes Twitter Moments, live films and the newer silent characteristics (when they become available). It’s entirely free, never gets lost, and even has good synchronization settings. However its main appeal is Twitter functionality, which no third-party apps can yet get.