Yeah! Janetter PRO Works Perfect on Samsung Galaxy Note the regular Janetter - not so much. No columns (bookmarks) were available to use. The PRO version is the best thing on my Samsung Galaxy Note 3. "FIVE STARS"
Good but not great Does all the (very) basic things we now expect from a twitter client: it supports multiple accounts, muting and rt suppression; it's buttery smooth, and on my Samsung Galaxy Tab S, it runs without a problem - which is more than I can say for several other clients. Unfortunately, it's also missing some (very) basic things: live updating (it updates in chunks, like HootSuite, so it's hard - or impossible - to see your whole stream, which is a pain), URL shortening, tweet scheduling (or integration with Buffer App), multiple pic support - it doesn't even do pinch-to-zoom! - and so on, are all MISSING. So, for now, it's a really REALLY basic twitter client.
Mute feature doesn't work This was a really expensive app that doesn't mute properly (the mute feature doesn't work ever). It's a basic third party app feature.
Good. Functional.. It does a lot of the very basic things that a twitter app should do. It supports multiple accounts. It supports muting. I do like that it supports desktop too. It supports following a conversation without having to go to the twitter webpage. But there are a few things I'd really want it to support before I could call it GREAT!! I'd love to be able to merge/iontegrate accounts, such that you can see mentions for two different twitter accounts in one column. I'd love to be able to manipulate colors for different users. I would also like to not have to hit the back button to go back to my TL after viewing a photo; and to be able to swipe when multiple photos are on one tweet. I'll be glad to edit it if those features are added. But hey, at least it allows me the follow and block buttons!
Love it Wish I could use it on my PC but Twitter will not let me log in. Why do they limit numbers?
Like the no promoted tweets, don't like image handling Pictures are often too small to see, especially text. Gifs are out completely. The app is not able to handle embedded tweets, so I'm kicked out to a browser if I really want to see it. I keep it instead of the twitter app to avoid ads and because it keeps my place no matter how long I've been away. That's its best feature.
* supported multiple images on Twitter.
* added sync with Tweet Marker.
* removed Twitpic support.
* improved performance.
* fixed some reported bugs.
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.