TweetDeck makes it easier for publishers, marketers and power users to track the real-time conversations they care about. It brings more flexibility and insight to power users through a customizable layout that lets you keep up with the people and topics that matter most to you. And, you can join the conversation by tweeting, sharing photos and links to news stories, and more.
This version fixes a bug with two-factor authentication that prevents users from logging in. Also fixes a bug that prevented some users from being able to logout.
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bad decision after bad decision
remmber 2009, when twitter apps for desk top were a dime a dozen, individual coders were allowed to make adobe air apps, or other apps that took up little space and worked amazing on your desk top, almost some times felt like it was just a part of your desktop background? Remember when there were just twitter apps you could use on your desktop that didnt take up the entire screen? Remember when twitter didn’t own this app, and it was actually kind of good?
come on twitter. stop making terrible decisions. stop limiting what outside developers can do, please allow users to perm set tweets in chronological order, stop making it so hard to get an account that can access an api (seriously had to use the twitter api for a class data science project and I thought i was being interigated by the FBI for why i wanted one).
every decision twitter has made has not been a good one. I would kill just to have the old twitter desktop app back that twitter made for a while.
This app is actually pretty decent!
I gave it a test-drive for like 45 minutes, and I was actually really impressed by this app. One thing I really find great about this app, is that it can play videos perfectly fine, whereas when I go to Twitter on Safari, it won't play crap. So this app is great for watching videos and viewing photos. It's also likeing when it doesn't open the same page twice in a row, like the Twitter website on Safari did. I also like the custom trends based on my activity and followers, whereas on the website, you only get trends for you localized area. I think a lot people just don't like this app, because they're still upset that Twitter removed the app from the "mac app store" and not the "ios app store". And because it's devloped by Twitter itself, it's not a 3rd party app that always tries to ask for your money. If an update breaks this app, or any of it's features, I'll more than likely update this review, but after using today, I really enjoyed using it.
Thanks for disabling Twitter app
Sarcasm, but at first this seemed like a nice replacement due to the fact Twitter not only removed the Twitter app from the App store, but also disabled using its service completely, which is quite stupid in my opinion. I like the fact this app allows the 280 character limit which the Twitter app lacked. Less bugs and it almost never quits unexpectedly, another bug the Twitter app had.
What I don’t like about this app is how its functionality just depeletes over time. Lately this app has a bug which doesn’t load images or videos for some unknown reason. Used to work earlier. This app needs to update gif capablities, because how can you go on without that feature? C’mon! You should offer the ability to hide images through settings, which I no longer see the option for or the setting is elsewhere. Would give this a five star, but it’s quite lacky on what Twitter should be like as it is by the mobile app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.