The 10 Best Twitter Apps for Android in 2022

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Twitter is a member of the prestigious "top 2" with Facebook as the most popular social networks in the world. It has hundreds of millions of daily users and many trust it to get the latest news and trends. The site has its controversy from time to time. However, there is no other social network that shows you things in chronological order so you can see the latest things happening now. If you are looking for a great Twitter experience, don't hesitate because we have the best Twitter apps on Android.



Fenix ​​2

Fenix ​​2 is the sequel to one of the most popular Twitter apps. Fenix ​​2 adds a bit of refinement with other things compared to the first. This is good news, as the former is no longer available on Google Play. It supports multiple accounts, mute system, excellent design, etc. There are even customization options for your main screen. It works pretty well even though it's a bit newer than most more mature Twitter apps. It's also inexpensive, although there's no free version to try first.

Friendly For Twitter

Friendly For Twitter is one of the newer Twitter apps on the list. We already quite like this developer's Friendly For Facebook app, so we were happy to see a Twitter version as well. The app lets you log into Twitter and scroll through the old timeline like any other Twitter app. There are also a variety of tools. Some of the additional features include the ability to download Twitter videos, GIFs, and images if desired. The pro version also has a variety of customization options.


Hootsuite


Hootsuite is one of the original Twitter apps that also tracks multiple social networks at once. With it, you can check your Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and various other accounts from one central hub. It's a bit confusing to get in at first, but it's a breeze to use once you've learned your way around. You can post to multiple networks at once, get notifications for Facebook and Twitter when people mention you (or a specific hashtag), and there's plenty more here. This one requires a subscription for the full list of features. However, only businesses and similar entities would need something like this.

Owl for Twitter

Owly for Twitter is a newer Twitter application. It's easily among the best in a slowing and shrinking Twitter app market. However, there is room for improvement with this one. It does the basics and also includes unique ways to bypass Twitter's character limit and other such tools. However, there is a lack of basic functionality and UI elements, so that is something to keep in mind. It's a decent, simple Twitter app with some fun features, but we'd like to see improvements over time.

Plume for Twitter

Plume for Twitter has been around for a very long time and was one of the first great Twitter apps for Android. It has been updated over the years and now sports a Material Design based user interface which looks quite good. Other features include support for multiple accounts, customization options, integration with Facebook, bit.ly support for shorter URLs, and more. It has its fair share of bugs. It is also one of the most inflated options. The pro version works exactly like the free version, without ads.



Heel for Twitter

Talon for Twitter is one of the most popular Twitter apps. He was also among the first with Material Design. Since then, it has established itself as one of the best Twitter apps available right now. It has a fantastic user interface, dual account support, Android Wear support, night mode, and even a native YouTube player so you don't have to leave the app. There is no free version of this app, so be sure to test it within the refund time frame to make sure you like it! It is definitely one of the best Twitter apps.

tweet2gif

Tweet2gif is not an alternative to Twitter but rather a Twitter tool. It lets you download videos and GIFs as the stock app usually doesn't. Videos are downloadable in MP4, GIFs are downloadable in GIF format and a download history. The app works quite well. You copy and paste the link to a tweet into the app and the app analyzes the data and allows you to download the items. The app has the very occasional bug according to Google Play reviews, but it worked well in our tests. It's a great tool for those who want to grab something from Twitter.

TwitPane

TwitPane is one of the most lightweight and customizable Twitter apps. Its claim to fame is the ability to show only the tabs you want to see. This way you can delete what you don't want and keep only what you do. Additionally, the free version of the app (ads support) allows you to support three accounts while the paid version does five. It doesn't look too special, but the design is simple and solid. The free version is ad-supported. The paid version removes ads and adds some extra features. It's surprisingly good.



Twitter

Of course, we'll give the obligatory nod to the official Twitter app. Hilariously, the official Twitter app is one of the least bloated options on the list. It does what you need and that's it. It will be the first to support new Twitter features. This includes things like Twitter Moments, Live Images, and the new mute features (when they become available). It's completely free, will never run out of tokens, and it even has decent timing settings. Its big advantage, however, is having Twitter features that none of the third-party apps can get yet.

UberSocial

Ubersocial is actually produced by the same developers who brought us Plume for Twitter, so if you've used one you know what to expect from the other. It has deeper Facebook integration than usual and you can post to Facebook using the app. It also has some of the most basic features of a third-party Twitter app, such as multiple account support, mute messages, live view, conversation views, and more. There is also a theme as well as some quirky features like shake to refresh. It's a fun app to try, although it's starting to lose its appeal compared to more freshly designed and modern Twitter apps.

Conclusion

These are the 10 best Twitter apps on Android. If you have any questions, please let us know in the comments section below. You can also check out the best Facebook apps for Android on our website.


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