Flyne is a new offline reader application for Android devices that pulls content for offline viewing with the help of Twitter and Feedly.
A new Falcon Pro update has gone live for existing token owners, but news of the update also hinted at an “experiment” to bypass Twitter’s token limit. Have you figured out how to do it?
Falcon Pro, the popular Twitter client, has been pulled from the Play Store, after a token reset failed to allow more users to log in.
Falcon for Android has received a major update that includes multiple account support among other changes. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
Included in today’s app update roundup are Falcon Pro (for Twitter), eBay for Android, and the BBC iPlayer Radio.
Falcon Pro is back on Google Play at non-outrageous price of a little less than $2. The updated app resets the Twitter ID tokens to filter out those who barely use it.
To deter new users from downloading Falcon Pro, after reaching the 100k Twitter token limit, the price has been upped to a hefty $132.13.
Today we take a closer look at Falcon Pro. It’s a Twitter client app that brings some new features and ideas to Twitter clients.
Falcon Pro for Twitter can now show a bunch of pertinent information for users all on a device’s lock screen thanks to an update with DashClock Widget for Android 4.2.
Though it has only been out of beta for a short time, Falcon Pro has quickly gained a reputation as one of the best Android Twitter apps available. With its 1.6 update, Falcon Pro hopes to maintain that reputation.