Favorite twitter client for android and why?

Posted Dec 14, 2012 at 10:36 pm in Threads > Opinions

So I am looking for a good twitter client on android and was wondering what everyone uses and why they use it? I mostly use the stock twitter client but with all these new twitter clients popping up I am considering trying new ones out, see if they work/I like them better than the stock twitter app.

  • jcbobea

    Recently i have been using Flipboard to see twitter, it looks pretty nice and love the layout. I just cant stop flipping.

  • http://www.jaxidian.org/update/ jaxidian

    Plume. It supports all of the advanced features I want, although better twitlongr (and equiv) support sure would be nice…

  • jonstle

    I am a fan of hootsuite. I use it to run social media for myself, my personal business, and and my real job.

    I really appreciate its ability to schedule tweets and to automatically post from rss feeds.

  • Daniel Hakimi

    I just use Twitter. Not seeing any reason to use anything else, I figure the official client is as good as anything.

    Granted, I don’t get the point of Twitter, at all…

  • Brandon Thomas

    I use tweetcaster from 1 louder. I have tried a few others but always seem to come back to it.

  • R_Leslie

    Still use Tweetdeck here.

    • Brandon Thomas

      I use tweet deck on my lap top. It works on in that application

    • jonstle

      I used tweetdeck for a long time. I always think about going back to it. Can it do more than twitter? I use Hootsuite and love the fact that I can use it to post to numerous places at once: Twitter, Facebook, Google+, etc…

      If tweetdeck can do the same I would be tempted to return to it.

  • heynomi4u

    I wanna try Falcon pro, but can someone tell me what benefit I’ll have over just regular twitter. I rarely tweet, all I do on twitter is to follow blogs and news feeds.

  • KingCrow02

    Tweetdeck because it is so easy to use and has excellent settings for customization.

  • w5t1h7

    Ive been using tweetlanes on my phone for a while, but im thinking to change to falcon pro which i’ve been using on my tablet for a while and its really neat, lots of features and fast!

  • VerticalCobra

    The mobile site works for me.

  • Monsunami

    I use Tweetcaster. Tried Falcon Pro but came back to Tweetcaster. Tweetcaster has all the basic features I need and is fast. Not only does it have tweetmarker support but also zipit and gives unread tweet counts when going through my lists too, not just the main timeline. Sharing, retweeting, save to Pocket, and other commands are quickly accessible. It is a pretty robust app.

  • Amromun

    I use Plume. its better than the other clients.

  • dbcher

    I just switched from Plume to Falcon Pro.
    They both are nice, but I find that falcon pro is a bit faster on my old phone and the overall flow is better.
    Plus, I like how it keeps track of not only how many *new* tweets since I last checked but will decrease that number as I actually scroll through and read them (so I know how many I have left to go through)

    Overall, pretty happy with Falcon right now.

  • tylerfoy

    I would suggest Plume, simply on the features supported by the program