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Top 5 Android apps for Twitter

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Welcome to Twitter apps list. Today, we will share with you the top 5 Twitter Android applications that will make tweeting more valuable and fun at the same time.

#1 TwiStats

So, you want to make it big on Twitter? Well, of course you can! But how are you going to keep track of all your Followers? This is where TwiStats come in.

TwiStats is a lightweight widget for your Android to help you keep track of your Twitter statistics.

It shows your personal Twitter account statistics such as:

  • How many followers you had gotten in different time periods (Daily, Weekly, Monthly)
  • Your total amount of Tweets
  • How many Tweets have you Tweeted today

TwiStats is so easy to use, as all you need to do is enter your Twitter username and you are ready to check your personal Twitter statistics. You don’t even have to enter your account password!

Download TwiStats


#2 TweetDeck

Just like its desktop counterpart, Tweetdeck is a free social platform app that supports Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, and Google Buzz. The app syncs with your TweetDeck account so you can easily manage your account right on your Android device. The app allows you to send posts, receive updates, attach pictures, and display your current location. The Android counterpart of TweetDeck displays a column view allowing you to switch between your own tweets, mentions, and direct messages by swiping left or right across the screen. The app has a clean, intuitive, and simple interface–which can deceptively hide its power and usefulness.

Download TweetDeck


#3 Plume

Formerly known as Touiteur, Plume is a free Twitter app optimized with advanced options and features such as automatically downloading tweets and easily marking or clearing your followers’ tweets. It allows the Twitter timeline to be viewed on your home screen through its scrollable customized widgets. The app allows you to share pictures via Twitpic, Plixi, YFrog, and Posterous. Advanced users can also configure Plume to customize retweet styles and add details for URL shortening.

Download Plume


#4 TweetCaster

Say goodbye to chaos on Twitter and say hello to clean and organized accounts with TweetCaster for Twitter. Aside from satisfying your basic Twitter needs, TweetCaster has features that let you organize and sort out your Twitter account. You can either silence unwanted tweets–with Zip It–or group threads into lists using the SmartList option. You can also save and read long stories with Instapaper. The app allows you to manage multiple Twitter accounts and post to both Facebook and Twitter at the same time. With TweetCaster you can also add colors to your tweets, customize visual themes, and send longer tweets up to 140 characters.

Download TweetCaster


#5 Seesmic

Seesmic can be your online buddy for managing multiple social network accounts–especially Twitter, although not just Twitter. The Seesmic app supports multiple social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google Buzz, and Salesforce Chatter–and helps you manage all your accounts at the same time. Seesmic allows you to quickly access its apps–such as accounts, contacts, search, and chatter group–by creating a shortcuts right on your home screen. It also utilizes your phone’s GPS to attach your current location on your Tweets.

Download Seesmic


Final Notes

The official Twitter app can really do well to satisfy your basic Twitter needs. But, if you want to do more, these alternative Twitter apps for Android can offer a wide variety of features that range from posting simple tweets to managing multiple social network accounts.

Do you use any of these apps? What Android app do you use for Twitter on your Android smartphone or Android tablet?


Written by androidappreviews4u

February 15, 2012 at 3:49 pm

Posted in twitter apps