Slow, but usable! The only Twitter client with both lots of options and true multi-account support. It's janky sometimes, though. I wish there were a refresh button since pull-down doesn't always work immediately (it's better now but not always). You can't look at self-reply @-less comment threads, which is really annoying, and conversation threads blank out to black sometimes (you have to reload them afterward). If you retweet a tweet by clicking on the image directly instead of the tweet itself, the app will crash. It crashes on profiles a lot. BUT the last few updates have added some pretty great features, probably the most useful in the 2 years I've used this!
Gave this a try due to the sale and the aesthetics. The good news is there are lots of options for both styling and interface items. You're almost certain to find the configuration you want for your perfect workflow. The bad news, for me at least, is that there's no fully transparent widget. The only thing I want out of a Twitter client is a widget I can use to read my timeline and I want that to be a white on transparent (title bar inclusive) widget which every other third party Twitter client I've used had but this one unfortunately lacks. I didn't get a chance to evaluate the app further because after seeing the widget I couldn't see myself using it, it was just too ugly.
Notifications haven't ever worked properly with 2 accounts. Still remains my favorite client though.
Latest update has made this great app extremely unusable and slow... Edit: after the upgrade and slowness in response which didn't exist beforehand, I wiped data on the app and reset it up and now things are smooth again
Thought I'd found the best Twitter app but last couple of days lots of java security errors appearing.
Just come back to this app and seems to have improved for the better. Hope this time it stays that way.
+ Navigation tabs at the top are now combined with the ActionBar to give more space for the timeline
- Fixes for Android Nougat notification grouping for push notifications