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New Twitter Apps

All new design for Twitter's mobile apps

Tweeten 2

A powerful Twitter client based on TweetDeck.

Tweeten is a column-based interface that helps you keep track of everything that's happening on Twitter without needing to hit the refresh button.

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Niv Dror- VC at Shrug Capital
Tweeten is by far the best! It's a lot like TweetDeck, but cleaner, doesn't crash, and really a joy to use. I recommend 👍
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ken- CEO Safe Shadow
I started using it recently and I really love it.
The Next Web
I live in Twitter. It's where I find stories, communicate with my peers, and rant about PRs. That said, I'm not hugely impressed with the default Twitter web interface, which separates messages and the timeline into two disparate areas. Tweetdeck doesn't do anything for me, either. Tweeten, however, is an intriguing little project.
Neowin
There's no shortage of Twitter clients out there, but among power users, many still favor Twitter's own TweetDeck. The official TweetDeck app for Windows was discontinued last year, but it remains available as a web app in the browser.
Product Hunt
Tweeten is the new must-have Twitter app . Similar to TweetDe
Windows Central
Tweeten is nice but has a couple issue, all reported to the company via twitter ( nice way to limit how user can connect to them) #1 Cant add a second account, tweeten reports i have security options enabled ( but doesn't say what those are or how to remove them, i have turned off security on my second twitter account on twitter settings, didn't work) Also i… See more
MSPoweruser
Tweeten 2.0 for your Windows and Mac PCs is launching today, and it is quite a big update for the Twitter/Tweetdeck app. Much of the work involved in the update has been developed towards making it faster and lighter, pretty with the app installing pretty quickly on my device (the blog post says this should ...
6 Alternatives to Tweeten 2

Flitter

A simple, beautiful Twitter client for iOS

Your new Twitter app.

Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, and with flitter we absolutely believe that. The way in which you browse your timeline and interact with tweets should never be an afterthought, it should look stunning. And it does.

You can go from light to dark as effortlessly as tapping an on-screen button. You can change accent hues to match any outfit, and pictures don't have to be small and tucked away. They can be big and bold. It's the same old Twitter, but with a fresh new coat of paint.

Notable features:

- A gorgeous timeline that can be tweaked to look how you want

- Tweet detail with threaded replies

- Long-hold tweets for quick actions

- Tap the navigation bar for a jump bar to quickly access lists and bookmarked users

- Long-hold the navigation bar for a quick theme switcher

- Local and global trends

- Bookmark users for quick access

- Mentions with graphed history

- New tweet section with an intuitive keyboard drawer

- Keyboard haptics

- Search local and global tweets

- Search users

- Edit tweets

- Translate tweets

- Change theme hues

- Dark mode and OLED dark mode

- Change image layout and positions

- Pinch the screen to tweet a screenshot

- Move tweet button around to a place that suits you

- View users' mentions and liked tweets

- Extensive tweet actions

- Extensive profile actions

- Swipe through recent images

- Biometric locks for the app and app sections

- Multiple user accounts

- More settings than you know what to do with

- Dynamically change the app icon

- Sounds and haptics

- 3D Touch Peek and Pop

- 3D Touch quick actions

- Today Widget

- Share Extension

- iMessage sticker pack

- Siri support

Matridox
It seems every few weeks, there's some sort of new social media app or client that tries to shake things up. Twitter, for instance, as seen its own fair share of clients over the past few years for both iOS and Android. They seem to arrive a dime a dozen while not exactly packing features...
9to5Mac
With the recent news about Twitter revoking tons of options for third-party clients, we were surprised when we heard that a new client is wanting to compete in the fairly saturated market. In comes Flitter, a brand new option that is looking to be the feature rich, "one size fits all" Twitter client.
16 Alternatives to Flitter

Readme

A purposefully feature-lite Twitter reader app

Readme is a purposefully feature-lite Twitter reader designed to show you the tweets you signed up to see. Take back your timeline.

No interactions, no Moments, no ads, no trends, think of Readme as a media-rich RSS feed for your Twitter feed.

Want to dip into your feed, but not get involved in any threads? Take a glance through Readme.

Medium
Context Scott Riley and myself wanted to build a cut-down Twitter reader, to serve as a pseudo-RSS feed for your timeline. We called it Readme App. We used Netlify to deploy, build and host the client-side Vue.js app, and Up to deploy (and build) the Node.js API to AWS.
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