8 of the Best Third-Party Twitter Apps for iOS [App List]

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  • Matthew T.

    Nice write up. I pretty much stick with Osfoora these days. :)

  • bminata

    Where’s Tweeting for iPhone?

  • Tomo

    I agree with previous comentator, this is a good list. However, Twitterrific is only free if you don’t mind ads and only have one account. Full version is actually premium priced – $5.

  • Tomo

    I agree with previous comentator, this is a good list. However, Twitterrific is only free if you don’t mind ads and only have one account. Full version is actually premium priced – $5.

  • Paul

    One thing I love about Echofon (that I haven’t found on any others – suggestions welcome) is that you can sync your place to the desktop app. I find myself checking Twitter on my Macs (one personal, and one work) about as often as on my iPhone but hate scrolling back through the same material each time I switch from one device to another.

    Syncing is my take on the “never handle the same memo twice” adage. In this case it just becomes “never read the same tweet twice.”

  • JNGold

    Tweetings does the same thing. I chose Tweetings over Echofon on iPhone, iPad, and Mac is because it supports Tweetlonger.

  • fff

    Get ’em now before Twitter shuts them down.

    http://arstechnica.com/softwar

  • The_Newtype

    The only app that is truly free (no ads) is the official Twitter app.

  • Togovero

    I love Echofon, but actually i don’t love its “only last 200 tweets in TL” feature.
    Other apps show more tweets than Echofon..?

  • Luis Garza

    No Twitlist? Come on! that’s the best client there is right now :) Well…it’s at least the one that I use :)

  • Renata Schmidt

    I like – and use! – Echofon and HootSuite. But I wonder which is the difference between Echofon Pro and it’s free version, which I use.

  • Scott Chambers

    Tweetlist is easily the best client out there, Im shocked to not see it on this list!

  • DJChillB

    when oh when will someone develop an app that has 1 stream, news feed or what ever you call it for both facebook and twitter. I hate having to apps, Seesmic is the nearest but you still have to come out of 1 screen and into another within the same app to show facebook or twitter.

    If I knew how to do it I would and I would make millions and gazillions of pounds from it(yes Im from the UK)

  • Autumnmorales9

    As of right now I just use the tabs on my Safari and Chrome when I am on the MB. On my iphone I just use the text subscribe to my most important feeds. It seems to work for me, but I’m in Public Affairs for the Army so they don’t get too angry about the constant social media checking. :) Hope you find your fix

  • jauhari

    So..where is TweetBot?

  • iNfAMOUS707

    tweetbot and tweetlogix are my twitter clients of choice