While there is certainly no shortage of Twitter apps for Android, finding one that suits you perfectly can be surprisingly difficult. If user response is any indication, Falcon Pro, which is freshly out of beta and now available in the Google Play Store, is a strong new contender.
Falcon Pro features a Holo-styled interface that fits right at home on Jelly Bean and Ice Cream Sandwich devices and is very sleek and smooth. It includes an internal web browser, offline favoriting, tweet drafts, TweetMarker support and in-app previews of photos, videos, and even Play Store links.
The rating for Falcon Pro on its Play Store page is currently 4.8 stars with nearly 1,000 votes at the time of this writing, so it seems like those who download it like it.
Falcon Pro is available for devices running Android 2.2 and up, and will cost you $1.03 in the Play Store, though a free, widget-only version is also available. To try it out for yourself, hit up the source link at the bottom of the article.
Have you tried Falcon Pro for Twitter yet, now that it’s out of beta? What do you think of it so far? Does it top your current favorite Twitter client?
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Best twitter app there is. Been on it since it hit the market and absolutely love it!
how is it better? I use tweetcaster and it works pretty well. I switched to the official one as a temporary transient app. I am looking for a twitter client app to switch to!
I grabbed it today to check out for writing this article, and I’ve already decided to switch from TweetLanes. I can’t speak to long term usability, but for now I really like it.
keep me updated!
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I really wish it had push support. But only twitter offical has that.
plume seems to work well for me, I tried a few other clients too. anyone else who’s used echofon/ falcon pro and also plume – how is this client ?
This is pretty cool app. It made me want to be on twitter again. I picked it up yesterday from the play store and it made me switch from Tweetcaster to this one.