Almost perfect Great twitter client but in my experience still has too many kinks to be worked out. Looks great and feels smooth and responsive. You can't do video and getting the 'can't post now. Saved in drafts' message comes up a lot when trying to upload pics. Apart from that, its a solid alternative.
Great app, worth the price? The twitter experience is amazing on this app. And the ability to change the look, order of tabs and even the avi look is awesome. Yet, after using the app for days, I still think it's a little over priced. Specially that it's still missing key features compared to the official twitter app.
Timeline update broken It was a very good app but for several versions has had a bug where the timeline stops updating and the whole app needs to be force closed. The developer will not respond to emails about the issue. Very disappointing.
Really Good I only wish the margin between tweets on my timeline were bigger. Everything looks crammed in there. Also, I'd like the timestamp to be abbreviated instead of completely spelling out minutes and hours ago.
Easily the best Twitter client I have used Fast, clean and very responsive. I think I even prefer it to Tweetbot on iOS, which is saying something.
The main draw of Fenix is the fact that it has different feeds for each kind of thing in Twitter: timeline, favorite users, activity, messages, mentions, and likes. This is especially useful for favorite users, because in the stock app if you lose the notification for a particular tweet, it is very hard to find. Fenix preserves the sanctity of the timeline by not showing crap like "promoted tweets." Almost as important are the fairly extensive theming options; I love having a dark theme available, and you can also change the highlight color and choose square/round profile pictures. Fenix handles external media better than the first party app; in particular, Fenix displays photos from Instagram. The icing on the cake of feeling like a pro is that Fenix shows what client other posts came from, so you can silently judge other users based on what client they are using. Unfortunately, there are some useful features that Twitter does not allow third party clients to access. The most important one is polls, which doesn't even give any indication that there is missing content. Because of this, I have to keep the first party app around for occasions like that.
★ Version 1.6.13
- Fixed internal browser sharing wrong links.
★ Version 1.6.12
Fenix now uses Google Chrome custom tabs when showing web pages (if the internal web browser option is disabled your device default browser will be used instead).
Supports multi-column and multi-account! It is a Twitter client recommendations If you want to create a client of your own, to those who want to enjoy fluently.