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  1. AndroidEd

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    I have a hard choice to make. I like more then one twitter client, but I need one, the best. I like twidroid, it has good options, I like twitter ride's UI and speed and being lightweight, and lastly, Swift, awesome options, polished UI, but I don't like the button placement.

    Help?
    Please state which client is the best, and please state your reasons.

    Thanks.
     

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    i prefer twitteride. simple UI does it for me cos i'm not such a big twitter fan really.
     
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    Twitter Ride has by far the best UI. But It's missing loads of twidroid's and swift's options.
     
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    I like HTC Peep...
     
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    I don't like it because it doesn't have many options.
    I want one of these three mentioned above.
    Thanks for you reply though.
     
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    Bumpity bump.
     
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    I'm net to the hero and been using peep and it seems to be pretty good. What kind of functions is it missing in comparison to the ones you've listed?

    Just curious, maybe it's time for me to switch.
     
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    Peep is good because it will keep you from downloading an app that you don't really need. All of the suggestions are good, and theirs another called Swift thats pretty good too. But if you're a real Twitter-head then Twidroid Pro can't be beat. Its not free. It allows for multiple accounts, changing the theme, search options, etc. The free version is darn good too. I downloaded all of them to test each one out and I still come back to Twidroid.
     
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    Yah I've heard good things about TwiDroid but again the stock app seems to be doing just fine for me. So I think I'll stick with it. I don't use multiple accounts and seldom use the search function.

    Thanks for the insight though.
     
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    I like Twidroid as well. I'd like to purchase the pro, but not even a single paid apps is in my market. Anyway to purchase the twidroid app, other then the market, and still get updates?
     
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    Woah...why aren't paid apps in your market?
     
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    Don't you know that in some areas paid apps do not appear? Well, I'm in one of those areas
     
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    I honestly didn't know that. But you'll be surprised what you can find when you use twitter-search ;)
     
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    What do you mean by twitter-search?
     
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