This really is the best! I read great reviews of Fenix everywhere, but was a bit wary on the price as it is a bit more than what I'm usually willing to spend on an app. Decided to just jump in and try it and it fits all my Twitter needs perfectly. Wish I had tried it sooner. Swiping is quick and responsive and the UI looks great. Definitely the best of them all!
Not showing likes I bought this app because it's one of the few apps available that's supposed to show who likes your posts. Nothing shows up in my activity feed, though. If I click on an individual tweet, it will show how many people liked it, but not who. If I click again on the number of likes to see WHO liked the tweet, it says "no likes". If this gets fixed, I'll change my rating.
Privacy issue: Long DMs become publicly accessible—I love this app, and ditched HootSuite, which I'd used forever, to become a very happy Fenix user. But I just realized that sending DMs longer than 140 characters uses Twitlonger, resulting in the contents of the DM posting to a public site. I've reported the concern, and haven't heard back yet. Really hope this gets fixed soon.
Not the best app for twitter No notification of any kind, videos won't load automatically, GIFs won't play automatically, there is no easy way to look at trends and the list goes on. The only positive is the dark mode which looks very slick. If you want a best Twitter app it's do not look beyond Twitter's official app.
Good design, runs away with data I switched to Fenix from Plume and at first found it to be about equal in terms of quality (some little details are better on Fenix, some better - or at least more intuitive - on Plume). But after a couple months of using Fenix, the big problem that's revealed itself is is data use. Even after I restricted its use of background data on my phone, it still used 3.13 GB even though I never used the app on my phone once in that time. Never had that problem with Plume, so I'll be switching back.
Best Twitter Client, but... DMs are broken near beyond usability. Messages are delayed in sending and receiving, and there is no group DM support. I can't believe these problems still exist after all these updates. Would NOT recommend to anyone who relies on direct messaging as a means of reliable communication.
★ Version 1.8.1
- New option to disable vibration when peeking images and user profiles (under Settings > Navigation)
- A few minor interface tweaks
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.