I don’t know, one of the many reasons why we buy an Android smartphone is because we can keep in touch with our Twitter and Facebook friends, i know i do!
Currently there being a load of Twitter clients available on the Google Play Store it becomes difficult for a newbie to choose which of the Twitter client for android suits his device the best, so here i bring to you the 10 best Twitter clients for Android.
10 Best Twitter Clients for Android Smartphone
This is an ultimate Twitter client and is used by many because of its really cool UI plus its many features which makes tweeting a lot more easy and fun. Its interface is very nice and clean, probably the best out there, and you also get many themes to choose from. This app is so popular that it has also been reviewed by the guys at CNET.
Some of the features in this app are Speak to Tweet, manage multiple Twitter accounts, post to twitter and Facebook simultaneously, schedule your tweets, read it later service, Twitlonger service to tweet long tweets, and Smartlists.
Ubersocial is another Twitter client which also has a balanced featureset offering a savvy UI for its users and also giving you access to tweeting elements which you will not get in any other Twitter client.
The highlights of this app are inner circles which is similar to Smartlists found inTweetcaster, mute users and certain hashtags, cross posting to Facebook and Twitter, customize menus (in short make your own ubermenu), livepreview which is a small browser built into the app so that you can view links, photos and videos without leaving the app, shrink links, tweet longer, etc.
Plume is a very simple Twitter client and very fast too. It was first known as Touiteurbut was later changed to Plume. I currently use Plume Premium because it is quite quick in pulling tweets and as i have a quite poor data connection, it becomes the perfect app for me. The UI is very gorgeous and you also get the option to colorize tweets from different users so the app looks very colorful.
Plume also has many other features (and rather even more), you would look for in a Twitter client such as internal browser, mute users, manage multiple accounts, pull to refresh, autocomplete usernames, swipe to scroll, bit.ly support to tweet longer, geotagging feature, etc.