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10 best Twitter apps for Android! (Updated 2019)

Twitter is one of the most popular social networks ever. Using such a network requires a great app so here are the best Twitter apps for Android!
Joe HindyApril 2, 20191069 shares

All third-party Twitter apps will probably not die on August 16, 2018 [Updated]

If you love your third-party Twitter apps, you only have a few more months with them before Twitter pulls the plug on them all.
C. Scott BrownMay 16, 2018334 shares

Twitter poised to kill all third-party apps like Plume and Talon (Updated)

If you use third-party Twitter apps over the official Twitter app, we have some bad news: come summer time, those apps will be rendered essentially useless.
C. Scott BrownApril 6, 2018345 shares

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week – Android Apps Weekly

Welcome back to Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about the return of Map Maker, Facebook's virtual assistant, and more apps and games news!
Joe HindyJuly 17, 2015187 shares

Talon For Twitter 2.0 includes a new widget and many other changes

Talon For Twitter was updated to version 2.0 today with an incredibly long change log that includes everything from a new widget to a floating compose button and a slew of minor fixes ...
Shawn IngramMarch 10, 2014160 shares

Talon for Twitter: The App Review

Talon for Twitter is a hot new Twitter app that boasts a number of great features and a solid, slick design. Is it worth the hype everyone’s been pumping into it? In this ...
Joe HindyJanuary 14, 201443 shares

Twitter Music service launched, not available for Android yet

The Twitter Music service has been launched in six countries, with more on the way. It's currently available on iOS and the web, with Android to follow.
Bogdan BeleApril 18, 201344 shares

Tweet Lanes goes open source

Admitting he can no longer actively improve Tweet Lanes, Chris Lacy has passed the future of the app to the Android community as an open source project.
Conan HughesFebruary 16, 2013288 shares

Carbon for Twitter finally makes its way to the Play Store

It's been so long of a wait now that people started to think it wasn't going to happen, but Carbon for Twitter is finally available in the Google Play Store.
Kristofer WoukFebruary 3, 2013182 shares

Falcon Pro 1.6 update improves user profile screen, adds a slew of new features

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 ...
Kristofer WoukJanuary 17, 2013122 shares
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