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twicca BETA: This beta is better


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  1. gwenyfyar

    gwenyfyar Guest This Topic's Starter

    I have downloaded no less than 6 different Twitter apps, but I keep returning to Twicca. Even though it's in beta, it is one of the most diverse, usable Twitter clients available, in addition to being updated frequently and having a developer who listens to users.

    What makes Twicca better? It has everything a Twitter power-user could want. Home, Replies, Direct Messages, and Refresh are available on the home screen. Click or long press on a post and you get multiple choices for dealing with a post, including retweet, retweet with quote, reply, add to favorites, and more. Replying to multiple accounts is a cinch: simply reply to the original account, then click on the arrow to the right to add more accounts from the original post.

    Do you want to know if someone follows you? Check out their profile. You will see double arrows that define following/follower status.

    Power functions include color labeling of those you follow, list management, uploading images (with twitpic plugin), sharing posts, and even auto-fill @ from your following list to fill in a post.

    Many Twitter applications have some of these features. None of them have all of these. It is a dream application for extensive Twitter use.
     

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  2. levelbest

    levelbest Member

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    Great client - no multiple account support. Until it has that, it's dissapointing because I want to use it but have to have another app installed for multiple accounts.
     
  3. mjpartyboy

    mjpartyboy Well-Known Member

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    Since installing v0.7.28, twicca has disappeared from my Market > Downloads section, so I had to find it via a search to be able to update my rating and comments. This isn't the first app to disappear from this list since I've had Android 2.2.
     
  4. mjpartyboy

    mjpartyboy Well-Known Member

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    I searched for twicca and saw there another update yesterday, but even after downloading and installing v0.7.29 it's still not appearing in my Market > Downloads section. Stupid FroYo.
     

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