twitter

Carbon for Twitter finally launches in the Play Store [Hands-on]

For all those Twitter fans out there we have an awesome new Android client to share with you all. In case you haven't heard of it, the extremely popular Carbon for Android Twitter app has finally been released. After being announced and teased last year and under development for far too long, it's available now. The app is beautiful in every sense of the word and has one of the most elegant UI's I've used lately, but read on to see our thoughts.

Falcon Pro for Android gets updated to version 1.6

It wasn't too long ago we were talking about the latest update to Falcon Pro, but this week the developer have pushed out another massive update for the popular Twitter app. It's difficult to find good app support in this day and age, but thankfully, the person behind Falcon Pro - Joaquim Vergès - is all too willing to constantly improve and tweak his app. Even though the app received significant updates at the end of December and then again at the beginning of January, Vergès is back just a couple of weeks later with even more features to add to the already long list.

Falcon Pro Twitter update adds YouTube, mute, and spam options

The new to the scene and already extremely popular Twitter client for Android Falcon Pro received an awesome update just before the new year hit. If you haven't tried out this increasingly popular Twitter app yet, now would be a great time to check it out. With YouTube API support, full mute features and more read on to find out all the details.

Falcon Pro for Twitter app update brings lots of fixes

The Falcon Pro Twitter app left beta and made its way into Google Play a few weeks back. The app attracted near immediate attention as a contender in the 'which Twitter app should I use' dilema. And well, it looks like an update has since landed in Google Play and while it doesn't contain lots of new features, it does have some notable changes.

Twitter client Plume gets additional support for Android 4.2

With Android 4.2 now running on at least a few devices, it's time for developers to update their apps to support the features found in the new version of the Android OS. One of the apps getting added Android 4.2 functionality today is the Twitter client Plume. Of all the fixes and features included with the latest update for Plume, definitely the biggest one is the addition of a lock screen widget for Android 4.2.

ZTE Grand X Pro leaks on Twitter

The image below is a new smartphone from the folks at ZTE being called the Grand X Pro. Those guys from the popular Twitter @evleaks have been quite busy this week, and now have released another image for us all to enjoy. This time around we sure don't have any specs or details, but can clearly see a nice smartphone and on-screen navigation buttons.