Twitter

Twitter

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  • Last update
    Oct 20, 2014

Twitter Reviews

  • Thomas Unterkircher

    Thomas Unterkircher

    Reviewed in A beautiful and improved Android experience

    I still prefer Falcon pro, but the official Twitter client was just updated to meet Holo standards, and it looks really neat now.

  • Harsha Aithal

    Harsha Aithal

    Reviewed in Continuous.

    Twitter, you beauty, Lets not talk about why people use twitter. I am not here for that. I use it, that's what matters and to be frank I have used so many of those twitter clients, still this official client is something else. May be its because of its familiarity with the site. Other clients I have used are neat and sometimes weigh more in terms of UI, no. of features etc. But I cant figure out why, till now I have only kept the official client. And, gawd, I wasted so much money in buying so many of those twitter clients. more than 80% of my total android app purchases are of twitter clients. :( Sad, I want my money back.

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Twitter is a free app that lets you connect with people, express yourself, and discover more about all the things you love. • Get breaking news. Stay informed with the local and global news that matters to you most, as it happens.

• Go behind the scenes at exclusive events like the Oscars, the Emmys, the MTV VMA's and the World Cup.

• Express yourself with text, photos, emoji, emoticons, video, GIFs and Vines.

• Use hashtags (like #NFL) to find more Tweets about topics you love.

• Get closer to people who interest you, including celebrities like Kim Kardashian, Harry Styles and Rihanna.

• Share Tweets with apps like Facebook, Whatsapp, Kik, LINE, email and SMS.

• Tweet links from sites like YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram, Spotify and Pandora.

Click here to see why Twitter is requesting permission to access features on your device:
https://support.twitter.com/groups/54-mobile-apps/topics/223-android/articles/20171517-why-is-the-twitter-app-requesting-permission-to-access-features-on-my-android-device