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[Android] TweetCaster is an excellent app for manging your multiple Twitter accounts
Posted By Kent On August 20, 2013 @ 6:43 AM In Android | No Comments
There may be a lot of social media management apps in the market but not all of them are safe and reliable. As for those who are managing multiple Twitter accounts, you might as well find a reliable app that has all the features that you are looking for. Speaking of which, TweetCaster for Android has a rich lineup of features that you cannot easily find anywhere else.
TweetCaster is a simple yet very reliable Twitter management tool that is created and developed by OneLouder Apps. Unlike the official Twitter app, this tool is rich with features that are meant to improve your overall tweeting experience. With this tool, you can easily manage all of your Twitter accounts. You can even schedule your tweets at a later date or time.
TweetCaster is a really good app especially for avid Twitter users. It offers a lot of features that you cannot usually find on other apps. Furthermore, this app also features a variety of colorful and trendy themes so it will certainly match your style. It is also very easy to use and you can customize its settings according to your own preferences. You can change the font size, the date format, the title name display, etc. You can even set a specific color for tweets and mentions. In other words, this app has a lot of features and options that are worth to explore.
Functionality wise, this app certainly does what it’s supposed to do and it even allows you to do more than what you can do with the official Twitter for mobile app. It basically lets you do the following:
So far, I have no major concerns regarding this app except for the fact that there is no option for deleting multiple tweets, @mentions and direct messages. I also couldn’t see any option for showing all of the media files that were uploaded by a particular Twitter user. The app’s advanced search tool only works for hashtags and keywords. In addition, the app’s photo editing feature requires an additional plugin. Without this plugin, you won’t be able to add cool effects to your photos.
What I like most about this app is that it loads smoothly, it has no glitches and it doesn’t crash. Plus, the tweets are being loaded in real-time and the app will automatically refresh your timeline. I also like the fact that this app lets you post to multiple Twitter accounts at the same time. You can even schedule your tweets and it’s totally okay even if you go beyond the specified character limit. Another good feature of the app is its ability to “Zip” tweets. With this feature, you can prevent or hide any tweet from showing into your timeline so there’s no need to unfollow that user.
All in all, this app has a lot of good features that’s definitely worth to try. It may have some minor drawbacks but those aren’t enough to downgrade the app’s overall performance. There’s also no need for you to purchase the Pro version just to unlock a certain feature. The free version is good enough but if you really want to go ad-free, you can always opt to upgrade to TweetCaster Pro for $4.99.
If I were to choose between the official Twitter app and TweetCaster, I would go for the latter because it has the features that make my tweeting tasks a whole lot easier. It is, by far, one of the best Twitter clients in the market. It’s great for avid Twitter users, especially to those who are using more than one Twitter account. Check it out
Price: Free – can be upgraded to TweetCaster Pro for $4.99
Version reviewed: 7.6
Requires: Android 2.0 and up
Download size: 5.0MB
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 TweetCaster for Twitter on Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.handmark.tweetcaster
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