There's even an App Store-style Marketplace where you can find add-ons for the likes of Flickr and Gowalla, although we wouldn't bother with the latter one as Gowalla shut down months ago. To find out more or to opt-out, please read our. The only thing missing is the ability to schedule tweets for later. Power users on Twitter should consider Aeries on Windows 10. However, it remains a comprehensive and innovative choice, allowing you to manage up to two accounts for a one-time fee or up to five if you opt for additional in-app purchases. There are many uses for Twitter, and most people use it as a platform to let everyone know what they're up to. There's easy keyword blocking, the ability to mute users without unfollowing them, threaded conversations, inline saved search results and an option to hide specific tweets if you find them annoying or offensive.
These programs run in the background and continually update with new tweets and messages. So even though it's not a terrible app for lightweight Twitterers, power users won't get by on the limited feature set. Cons: It does not have the feature to isolate your Twitter accounts so you could see activity for just one as opposed to see multiple accounts mashed together. You can get a beautiful view of conversations, toggle through and manage multiple accounts, save searches, and even post videos to. Mashable rating: 2 stars Hit feature: drag and drop photo upload Common concern: very tricky user interface Twitterrific: Once the preferred app of the Mac Twitterati, has seen brighter days on your desktop meanwhile the is certainly an impressive option. Last update brought some performance improvements and a new Tweet button. From stripped-down clients to do-everything social media dashboards, there are stacks of Twitter programs to choose from.
Keyboard shortcuts lets you do things quickly, without having to move the cursor. You can manage multiple accounts, but all tweets are merged together in one stream. It's the closest thing to a mobile Twitter app we've seen on the desktop. The cool thing about Echofon is that it effortlessly and seamlessly synchronizes your Twitter experience across all of its varying platforms. On the other hand, Tweet It! Each client has a its own niche and reasons for why its special… 1. On a positive note, many users will be glad that they can personalize the app by changing the theme colors. Solid color options, halo-esque designs and opaque layers, and dark modes all exist to make your experience in Tweetium a little bit better.
You can also pin sections that are important to you on the home screen. As you expand and explore throughout the app, your content will open in separate windows to the right of your main timeline, making it easy to view your mentions or replies without navigating away from your timeline or your content. On the social networking side, pulls in Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and LinkedIn so you can get a more complete view of what's happening across your entire social presence. Emily Schiola contributed to this article. Live tiles are supported here, making it easy to check your Twitter account without having the app open consistently. Hate the divide caused by our current political landscape? As such, getting by on the limited feature set available via Twitter. It's overkill for individual users but it's a powerful tool for online businesses.
Before jumping off to the review lets see what Tweeten had to say about the release. However, it does takes time when you the start the app for the first time but lets not forget that its still a Beta app. If you want to build a real presence on Twitter, Buffer is well worth investigating. This lets you have a glance at things quickly. It's also got a very slick interface with a navigation menu on the left-hand side.
The iPhone version was released on June 16, 2009. Fenice offers a fully-functional 24-hour free trial, so you can get a good feel for it before committing to the small cost of the full version. There are several variations of Buffer — some for personal and some for business use. Pros: Enables you to receive, send tweets, and find new friends instantly, without ever reloading your page. Oh and it also happens to have a complementary that syncs with your desktop columns. For a while now, DestroyTwitter has been the one and only Twitter client sitting on my computer. While famous for its desktop app, its online cousin is certainly an excellent client.
Another favorite third-party Twitter app is Fenice, which brings several unique features to the party. Tweeten makes TweetDeck look and work better. Users phone a specific number and leave a ; a tweet is automatically posted on Twitter with a link to the voice message stored on Google's SayNow. Website An application that allows users to send tweets, direct message, reply, retweet, follow and search Twitter from any email inbox. In use, Aeries is much like TweetDeck below , but with excellent extras that show how much care and attention has been put into its creation.
They can also be adjusted. Tweetbot was created by Tapbots. It has some amazing features which are not there even in the official app. Twimight is an Android application allowing users to communicate even without cellular or WiFi network access, via peer-to-peer communication, as in. A brilliantly designed Twitter client that's packed with thoughtful touches £2. Now that is , you have a variety to choose from.
The only problem is that accessing those groups can be a challenge. The Twitter website interface has undergone a number of changes since its inception, and some would argue that the current Twitter interface is all good. We're really in love with Seesmic Desktop, and it seems to be evolving at record pace. The usual thumbnail previews, quote retweets, and multiple accounts are also available. Read on and find out which one is right for you. Tweetium has been around for a while and it's a solid third-party Twitter app.