Twidroid Pro - Worth the price?

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  1. zegolf

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    I have Twidroid Free right now, but was thinking about upgrading to the Pro version. Is it really worth nearly $5?

    What benefits does it give users over the free version?
     
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    I used twidroid free for like 2 weeks. but it has as the same problems as any other clients for twitter. Now i use Twigee wich works like a widget and twitter app. I LOVE IT!!!
     
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    In the latest version PRO users get color schemes. Beyond that you get access to lists and maybe another feature or two, but nothing I personally care about as a light Twitter user.

    If Seesmic would update their app to load the feed more quickly I'd use that instead, but now I'll also look into Twigee.
     
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    I love twidroid pro... I was using the free edition until it was updated to included skins. Now twidroid matches the rest of my theme! If you love twitter and want a good twitter app then I recommend it fo sho!
     
  5. zegolf

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    Are there any that have a "Reply to All" feature? Android Twitter apps are severely lacking in that department.
     
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    I like seesmic I feel it is the best out there
     
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    Seesmic doesn't have the auto-complete for @ replies. That was the one thing that really broke it for me. I like being able to type @ and then it pop my list of followers as I type each letter.
     
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    Reply to all feature?

    You mean like reply to everyone that is mentioned in a certain tweet?

    I have never seen ANY application do that. I just hit the RT button and edit the Tweet from there.
     
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    It pains me to say this, but that's the one thing I miss about my BBStorm. Ubertwiter had this functionality built into it. I really like your idea though, and it makes a ton of sense. Thanks!
     
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    i like Swift Twitter app
     
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    seesmic has this feature if u hit replay to a thread and there's @u aellect all or invididuals un your reply.
     
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    WHat do you mean it works like a widget. I'm trying it right now and have to say it looks really promising. Now I'm even more conflicted, I like twidroid, seesmic, and twigee. I'm surprised I've never heard of twigee until now. It's a really nice client.
     
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    This might be a silly question, buy here goes.

    Why use an app for Twitter, when you can access Twitter from the browser?

    I am just undecided on which app to use, and wondering why I just don't use twitter.com from the browser.

    Please enlighten me. :)