best twitter apps for android
Update(08/02/18): It turns out that is making some huge changes to its APIs that are going to affect third party in a big way. You can read about all of the changes by clicking here. We’re going to hold off on updating this article until after the changes happen (August 16th, 2018) to see what apps are still around and what Twitter apps died off. We assume that the changes won’t be too horrible and that most of the apps here should be just fine.

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Twitter is a member of the prestigious “top 2” along with Facebook as the most popular social networks in the world. It has hundreds of millions of daily users and many rely on it to get the latest news and trends. The site has its controversy from time to time. However, there’s no other social network that shows you things in chronological order so you can see the latest stuff happening now. If you’re looking for a great Twitter experience, look no further because we have the best Twitter apps for right here! We may include Phoenix on our next update. It looks like it’s doing pretty well too!

Fenix 2 is the sequel to one of the most popular Twitter apps. Fenix 2 adds a bit of refinement along with other stuff compared to the first one. That’s good news because the first one isn’t available in Google Play anymore. It supports multiple accounts, a mute system, a great design, and more. There are even some customization options for your main screen. It works quite well even if it is a little newer than most of the more mature Twitter apps. It’s also inexpensive, although there is no free version to try first.

Fenix 2

Flamingo is a beautiful Twitter app. It features a Material Design interface that can be themed in a variety of ways. Additionally, it comes with other customizations, multi-account support, and some unique features. It also has advanced muting features if you need that. You can even schedule tweets if you want to. Aside from the fun stuff, the app is rock solid. The only downside is that the app doesn’t have a demo version. You’ll have to buy it, try it, and refund it if you don’t like it. Still, it’s one of the best Twitter apps out there.

Plume for Twitter has been around for a long, long time and was one of the first really good Twitter apps for Android. It has been updated over the years and now sports a UI that’s based on Material Design which looks quite good. Other features include multiple account support, customization options, integration with Facebook, support for shorter URLs, and more. It has its fair share of bugs. It’s also one of the more bloated options. The pro version works exactly like the free version just without the advertising.


Of course, we will give the obligatory nod to the official Twitter application. Hilariously, the official Twitter app is one of the less bloated options on the list. It does what you need it to do and that’s about it. It’ll be the first to support new Twitter features. That includes things like Twitter Moments, live footage, and the newer mute features (when they become available). It’s completely free, will never run out of tokens, and it even has decent syncing settings. It’s worth a second chance if you haven’t used it in a while.

If we missed any of the best Twitter apps for Android, tell us about them in the comments!

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