There’s some big news today involving Twitter, and for once, it’s good!
Joaquim Vergès, developer of Twitter app Falcon Pro and other Android apps, has announced that he’s joining Twitter as part of the Android core UI group. Vergès explains that he’s gotten tired of all of the ... Read More »
Third-party Twitter apps are a touchy subject for many. Twitter’s stinginess with tokens for third-party apps has led to several great apps being left dead in the water. Likely the most famous of the apps is Falcon Pro, a third-party Twitter app that soared in popularity and then Read More »
Falcon Pro, one of the most popular third-party Twitter clients, is being rewritten to include Material Design and some new features. The new app will be an entire redesign from scratch rather than a refresh of the existing Falcon Pro app. The developer, Joaquim Verges, has confirmed that it will include Material ... Read More »
Welcome back to our weekly Top 10 Android App Updates column, where we take a look at the most upgraded apps for the week. I’ve found that one of the best ways to discover useful apps is to look at what people are actually updating, not focus on which apps have the most installs. As in the ... Read More »
Falcon Pro has easily had the bumpiest road of any third-party Twitter client. After running out of tokens for the app not once but twice, Falcon Pro was pretty much blocked by Twitter. But developer Joaquim Verges simply refuses to give up. Now he’s found a loophole that will continue to allow new users access ... Read More »
Ah, Falcon Pro. It’s had a rough life. When it was first released, it quickly rose to the top as one of the most popular Twitter apps out there due to its sleek design and interesting features. But it hit its API token limit of 100,000 pretty quickly, which kept it from adding any new ... Read More »
Today is a sad day for third-party developers, and users alike. If you never got the chance to buy and claim a limited user token granting you access to use Twitter through the beautiful and functional Falcon Pro for Android, you missed the boat.
Last year, Twitter made it clear that unless third-party developers provide ... Read More »