View Poll Results: Whats your favorite Twitter app
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- 05-05-2009, 09:19 PM #26
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- 07-02-2009, 06:03 AM #42
Well, I've tried all the free ones. Didn't like any of them. Most of the ad space is too big.
But Nambu and Natsulion are great freebies.
After all these paid and free apps, the one that is the nicest looking, easiest to use, and fastest is Twitterific Premium. You can set this one up to have multiple clicks on a person's avatar to do different things. If you click inside the tweet, the links are highlighted for you. Replies to you, direct messages to you, and your posted tweets are all different colors so they are easy to spot.
Getting to the preferences is easy, and setting them is easy. It's not overly complicated like Twittelator Pro, which is buggy for me. The only things Twitterific Premium are lacking is a landscape keyboard and the ability to see your followers and who you are following. These are coming in a later update.
I would suggest trying out Twitterific free version for a while and see what I mean. I started out with that one, but the ad space was too big for my liking.
Now on the laptops I have, Tweetdeck is the easiest to use, even on my Macbook.
Blu, from These guys is simply the best one for the desktop that I've used. Period. However, for some reason, the last update won't render correctly on my screen.
Just my input.
- 07-02-2009, 07:35 AM #43
Started out with Twitterific but it fell victim to the "Apocalypse". I Swithed to Twitterlater Pro and have been using it ever since. Very Nice. I have Tweet Deck on my iPhone is it is good also, but I prefer TP.
I just downloaded Twitterena and when the come out with their version 3.0 I may swithch. They are to have FB integration in the new version.
- 07-03-2009, 01:41 AM #44
- 07-03-2009, 06:42 PM #45
My favorite is Twitterena. I like the way it updates. It also has integration with twitpic and twitlonger. An update it due soon that is going to include Facebook integration as well. All this and the app is only 99 cents compared to Tweetie which is $2.99.
- 07-03-2009, 09:08 PM #46
- 07-03-2009, 11:20 PM #47iPhone Nanite
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I really dig the newly released Birdfeed. It's simple, quick and intuitive like we all love it from Tweetie, but it has some other features such as local caching, (much) better search and some cool featured sms-style direct messaging.
There has always been many things I would like to add or change in the different twitter apps, but in birdfeed, the only features I miss, is the ability to change between portrait- and landscape mode as in the native SMS app(and many others), the ability to create shortcuts to e.x. searches and lay the shortcut in the navigator (where you also go to either timeline, direct messages or mentions ...) and at last, I would love to see the option to receive push-notification on different events (such as direct message, mentions etc. ... of course very configurable!).
- 07-04-2009, 07:33 AM #48
- 07-05-2009, 01:58 PM #49
I toggle between Tweetie, Twitterena, and Twitterific.
Right now in order:
The only peeves I have with Tweetie is that you can't just toggle between landscape and portrait, you have either or, not both without going into settings.
Twitterena, it's not my favorite interface but it has a LOT of features.
Twitterific seems to be what I've been going with lately. It's got multiple @replies and everything else that I seem to want in a client and it's free (I can deal with an ad at the top).
I have yet to break down and buy Twitelator Pro.
- 07-05-2009, 02:26 PM #50