Twitter is a growing social media network that continues to gain popularity every day. With this attractiveness, come numerous free apps to fulfill your twitter needs. To make it easier, we break down the apps you may want on your iPhone today.
Twitter is the original app for your tweet fixes. If you like familiarity, this app is perfect as it contains everything you see on the actual Twitter website. For those with multiple Twitter accounts, this app allows multiple sign-in. (Requires iOS 5.0 or later)
HootSuite is the ideal app for multi-taskers. It is a handy app to have in the palm of your hand. It provides access to Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, LinkedIn and Google Plus profiles from the touch of a button. It also includes over 50 languages, “Bump”, and shortens web addresses with Ow.ly. (Requires iOS 5.0 or later)
TwitPal presents a nice option for users who enjoy customizing their Twitter homescreen with selectable background images or use their own photos for the background. Other great features are it manages up to 5 accounts, posts tweets directly to Facebook, offers smiley icons, shortens links, and adds music currently playing on your phone as a “#nowplaying” tweet. (Requires iOS 4.3 or later)
Echofon is a smart app that syncs with all of your devices. Along with its clean interface, Echofon also organizes users alphabetically for an easier find, allows you to create lists, and has the ability to tweet more than 140 characters. Echofon also offers a pro app for $4.99. (Requires iOS 5.0 or later)
TweetCaster offer similar features as any standard Twitter app. However, there are a few nifty features that would come in handy, such as hiding tweets and users on your feed, creating “SmartLists” to organize you stream, and multiple themes. (Requires iOS 4.3 or later)
UberSocial is an easy-to-use tool to manage your Twitter account(s). It puts all functionality at the touch of your fingers! Don’t have a Twitter account? That’s okay. With UberSocial, you can still access Twitter and view tweets from “Entertainers,” “News,” “Politics,” and “Sports.” (Requires iOS 5.0 or later)
This post has been reviewed by Chloé Watts, our in-house tech guru.
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