I’ve been a constant twidroid user since I first got my G1. Â Since then, there have been countless twitter apps showing up in the market likeÂ twitter-rideÂ and Swift for Twitter. Â None have come inÂ comparisonÂ to the user friendlyÂ interfaceÂ Twidroid PRO provides. Â As an addicted twitter user, a good app is required. Â Well,Â Tweet casterÂ 1.0Â availableÂ in the Android Market has made me turn my back on Twidroid.
The first thing that really attracted me to this app, was the layout. Â Each tweet from a user is in it’s own bubble and fairlyÂ separatedÂ from one another. Â Twidroid PRO was great, but one problem I had with it, was that users tweets blended together too much. Â Other issues I had with Twidroid PRO were Sync related problems. Â Tweets would not update as quickly as I would of liked them too. As I said, I’m a twitter addict, I need my news fed to me! Â EspeciallyÂ if Twitter is one of the top new sources we have today.
Since I’ve been using Tweet Caster for Android, I’veÂ experiencedÂ constantÂ updates, zero lag and a well designed interface. Â It’s still no Tweet Deck, but it will do. Â Tweet Caster is also packed with loads of settings. Â One of them being theme option and color scheme. Â You had that option with Twidroid PRO which is the paid version of Twidroid. Â Tweet Caster is free of charge with the same settings and moreÂ enhanced.
It’s very simple to switch between profiles, reply’s and direct messages. Â Checking the trends of the day is a breeze, and keeping your lists organized has never been easier in a twitter app.
Overall it’s a strong app with a lot going for it, and I’m excited for future updates. Â Looks like Twidroid and I Tweet! need to step up the game for us twitter addicts.