Twitter has improved its mobile applications much lately. The Android app has been completely redesigned and now looks much better. However, the app ecosystem makes Twitter fun for me, especially in the mobile.
For starters, the Falcon Pro is a very popular Twitter client for Android provided by androids apps store. It became very popular after the release of the previous year - the design, the tablet and more.
Because of its popularity, reaching the symbolic Twitter soon, but the application developer escaped restore tabs and makes the application available for download.
The application is now an update beta 2.0 (not yet stable), and this is what is new. Read more.
Probably one of the most requested features is now baked into the application. I will not manage multiple Twitter accounts, but I see that many people keep their business / company Twitter account his staff Twitter account.
Switching accounts is simple - you are a wheel on the left sidebar, which show a list of available accounts.
A small drawback of this application is that you can not access your profile page by clicking. To your account
Pure Black ThemeFalcon Pro comes with a default theme that looks pretty bleak gray. In version 2.0, the developer has added a pure black theme. As expected, the theme looks great on the AMOLED screens (I tried it on a Galaxy Nexus).
The obvious advantage is the life of the long battery life - especially if you are addicted to Twitter, with the application open all the time.
Besides these two major changes, there are little things like saw a vine online message (even if it is half-baked at this time), the user interface is much shallower (with cover removed) is. The application uses the new transition in the transition to Tweet details page.
Try the beta now
Here's the good news: If you do not want to deploy the application update can wait, you can get the beta and start using it now.
To do this, join the Google+ community first Falcon Pro beta tester. Make sure that you use the same Google Account to download applications from the Play. Then you get access to the beta version of the application.
You will then be able to update the beta aka Falcon Pro download, of course, you have to Falcon Pro preinstalled on the phone to activate the updated beta.
Use use third-party clients on Twitter? If so, write in the comments!
Posted by waseem ahmed in: Android Falcon Galaxy Nexus Google Google Account Software release life cycle twitter