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Twitter apps?

Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by stanwelks, Nov 26, 2009.

  1. stanwelks
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    Can anyone recommend a good twitter app?

    Thanks.
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    Twitroid.




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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    Take a look at Seesmic. Great Twitter app. The deveopment team is always adding features. They have web based, Windows based and mobile versions. :)
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    and it's freee!

    I've been using the app for a few hours or so, and it works well!
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    I'm a Swift guy
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    Does swift have a widget? cant seam to find it
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    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.
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    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.
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    By "Multiple Replies" I'm hoping you mean "Reply to All"? Twidroid doesn't do that, and it sucks. Twidroid DOES do auto-complete, which is great. Haven't had the chance to play with Seesmic, though, so any input would be great!
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    Yes, Reply to all is what I meant. Sorry for any confusion.