TweetComb for Twitter

TweetComb for Twitter


TweetComb is a Twitter client for Android designed to make searching easier.

Save your frequently used Twitter searches and combine them with the simple drag and drop functionality - just swipe it away when you're done!

TweetComb supports all the basic Twitter functionality - Tweeting, Retweeting, Favouriting, Replying, Sharing, Direct Messages etc.

Stream your timeline or saved searches using the Twitter streaming api

Notifications - (can be disabled) for Mentions, favourites, replies, retweets and follows.

Themes - customise TweetComb by applying a coloured theme from the settings menu. Choose from light/dark theme alongside

Recent changes:
v2.3

- NEW! Dark Theme. Can be enabled alongside all existing colour themes for a dark look.
-NEW! Timeline/Search streaming. Enabled streaming on your Timeline/ Search pages to have tweets appear live!
-NEW! Material Design scene transitions for devices on Lollipop
-NEW! More customisation. More options in settings allow you to make TweetComb your own.
- Various bug fixes and improvements. If you notice scrolling issues, try disabling "swipeable cards" from the settings page.
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Free
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4.0
User ratings
261
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
1
File size
3754 kb
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About TweetComb for Twitter
TweetComb is a Twitter client for Android designed to make searching easier.

Save your frequently used Twitter searches and combine them with the simple drag and drop functionality - just swipe it away when you're done!

TweetComb supports all the basic Twitter functionality - Tweeting, Retweeting, Favouriting, Replying, Sharing, Direct Messages etc.

Stream your timeline or saved searches using the Twitter streaming api

Notifications - (can be disabled) for Mentions, favourites, replies, retweets and follows.

Themes - customise TweetComb by applying a coloured theme from the settings menu. Choose from light/dark theme alongside

Recent changes:
v2.3

- NEW! Dark Theme. Can be enabled alongside all existing colour themes for a dark look.
-NEW! Timeline/Search streaming. Enabled streaming on your Timeline/ Search pages to have tweets appear live!
-NEW! Material Design scene transitions for devices on Lollipop
-NEW! More customisation. More options in settings allow you to make TweetComb your own.
- Various bug fixes and improvements. If you notice scrolling issues, try disabling "swipeable cards" from the settings page.

User reviews of TweetComb for Twitter
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
5 days ago
Like it but.... Would much prefer if mentions and directs were under Timeline. Would rather not have to open the menu, tap the drop down, and then go into them. Other than that great app!
A Google User
Jan 21, 2015
First usage / thoughts Looks nice and neat looking forward to using the app. Will update review once tested fully 👍
A Google User
Jan 21, 2015
So materialy, worth it despite flaws It's definitely better than my current, blander material design twitter client, but does not run nearly as smoothly. It stutters quite a bit when scrolling even slowly, and occasionally the screen goes black for a brief second when changing pages (mostly when going back to timeline). Will give it more time, hopefully an update will fix this.
A Google User
Jan 20, 2015
Perfect! But.. It doesn't tell me if someone is following me or not. My only problem, perfect other than that!
A Google User
Jan 20, 2015
I love it, just wish it was faster This is a great app and I really want to make the switch from the regular twitter app its just that pretty much everything takes twice as long to do please keep working on it you've done so much already. Also why can't you see trending tweets and stuff?