#1 Posted by mikey87144 (1989 posts) -

I know this seems random but what twitter app do you use and what OS is it on? For example I'm using Tweetdeck on Android. Thanks in advance for answering the question.

#2 Posted by TheSouthernDandy (4011 posts) -

Tweetbot for ios. Seems to be the best one I've found so far. I just dl tweetdeck for my Mac but I'm not a fan so far.

#3 Posted by Shivoa (679 posts) -

Tweetdeck on Android, web client on Chrome (all desktop OS).

#4 Posted by Sweep (9679 posts) -

Tweetdeck for android. On my desktop I use rainmeter.

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#5 Posted by RazielCuts (3062 posts) -

I USED to use Tweetdeck on iPhone until Twitter bought Tweetdeck and then patched Tweetdeck late 2011 to crash to desktop every 30 seconds or so. Tweetdeck is fine on OSX for me though so I don't know what the problem is.

So yeah. Tweetdeck on OSX and the official Twitter app on iPhone.

#6 Posted by FLStyle (5464 posts) -

I'm using old-school, pre-Twitter buyout, yellow TweetDeck on my desktop. "Official" blue Twitter Tweetdeck is awful.

#7 Posted by Athadam (755 posts) -

Hey, I'm pretty new to Twitter so excuse me for my ignorance but what's the advantage of using a dedicated twitter app compared to just using a web browser?

#8 Posted by JOSHardson (86 posts) -

@Castermhief117 said:

Hey, I'm pretty new to Twitter so excuse me for my ignorance but what's the advantage of using a dedicated twitter app compared to just using a web browser?

This ^ I've always wondered the same thing.

#9 Posted by Apparatus_Unearth (3502 posts) -

I use TweetDeck on my computer, and just the standard Twitter app on my iPad, it's pretty good.

#10 Posted by WMWA (1219 posts) -

Tweet deck on my desktop and Tweetlogix for my iPhone.

#11 Posted by WMWA (1219 posts) -
@JOSHardson

@Castermhief117 said:

Hey, I'm pretty new to Twitter so excuse me for my ignorance but what's the advantage of using a dedicated twitter app compared to just using a web browser?

This ^ I've always wondered the same thing.

More colums so you can see your listed tweets, mentions and what not without having to click tabs. And you can set little notifications to pop up for mentions or certain tweets. It's just more simplified than anything, no real benefit other than that