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Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by stanwelks, Nov 26, 2009.
Can anyone recommend a good twitter app?
It all comes down to user preference. Twitdroid is good, but I think swift is better. You can't go wrong with either. That being said....twitdroid has a new version coming out on Monday.
Coming from Tweetie, Twidroid has its shortcomings but there are a lot of things I like about it. I prefer it to Swift but you should try both.
Tweetie 2 was the best twitter app that I've seen. I'm playing around with Twidroid and this new one, Seesmic. Not really sure which one I like better but I'm looking forward to the Twidroid update on Monday.
Yes, tweetie 2 is awesome, too bad the guys seems like a major iphone/apple fan boy and probably wouldn't consider developing for android. Ohwell, I did like swift over twidroid but for some reason something in the UI didn't flow right with me. Twidroid works well (has good balance of features and UI, although I wish they would make their UI better). I'm loving Seesmic's UI though, maybe if they update with more twitter features It'll take a place at the top.
Take a look at Seesmic. Great Twitter app. The deveopment team is always adding features. They have web based, Windows based and mobile versions.
and it's freee!
I've been using the app for a few hours or so, and it works well!
I'm a Swift guy
Does swift have a widget? cant seam to find it
just started to mess around with seesmic. the interface is the best out of all the twitter clients for sure. if they add multiple accounts feature i will switch from twidroid for sure, and pay if needed.
I'm reviving this thread because I want to talk about Seesmic and Twitroid. The one advantage Twitroid has over Seesmic that I see is you can turn the client off. After that Seesmic gets the nod.
With Seesmic you can do multiple replies. If you can do that in twitroid I haven't figured it out. And after having it for a week if it takes that long then it's too complicated.
I also use Seesmic on my Mac (Twhirl). I just think they do a good job.