For Tweet's Sake!: Twitter Apps for Picky Users

Android Channel

If you've ever used Twitter on Android, you know two things - one, there are a lot of apps available, and two, none of them do everything you want. I'll try to help you get as close to the bulls-eye as possible.

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  • Statusbrew Twitter Followers Statusbrew Twitter Followers

    Statusbrew Twitter Followers

    Statusbrew

    81361 ratings

    So you want to know who ragequit you after you posted pictures of your brunch? This is your app. Lots of good analytics and tracking of account details; just don't say I didn't warn you about obsessive behavior regarding your follower count.

  • twicca twicca

    twicca

    Tetsuya Aoyama

    53478 ratings

    twicca is free. REALLY free, not bait-and-switch-ware like Seesmic, Tweetcaster, Plume, and others. It may not be as polished as those apps, but it makes up for it in function and expandability. Power users should look no further.

  • Janetter for Twitter Janetter for Twitter

    Janetter for Twitter

    Jane, Inc.

    25735 ratings

    Janetter first caught my eye as a Mac app. The Android version is almost as good - and there's a bit of TweetDeck spirit in it, for those who lament that app's demise. A contender against the "usual suspects" in Android Twitter apps.

  • Hootsuite for Twitter & Social Hootsuite for Twitter & Social

    Hootsuite for Twitter & Social

    Hootsuite

    79816 ratings

    Hootsuite is THE social media app for corporate teams. Power users may like its feature set but it shines brightest for multi-user/multi-network teams. If you have many people working on a few accounts, this is your app.

  • Twitter Twitter

    Twitter

    Twitter, Inc.

    8693132 ratings

    Some people are going to be satisfied with the "official" app, and you may be one of them. There definitely are apps out there with more robust features, so if you are a power user, check those out first. But this one is good for no-frills access.