UberSocial Pro for Twitter Review
UberSocial Pro for Twitter allows you to personalise your timeline and even access Facebook from within the same iOS and Android app
Social networks are strange. Provided you sign up for an account, the provider of the service doesn’t care if you are using the service through their official app or a third-party one (though Twitter is changing this). This is why there are hundreds of client apps promising a more sophisticated way to use the service.
UberSocial Pro initially looks and feels like the regular Twitter app, but tap the UberSocial logo and you instantly have access to your own superhero social network utility belt packed with simple, yet brilliant features. Pow! Inner Circle lets you quickly find tweets from friends and family. Blam! Log in to your Facebook account to see all the latest posts from your friends, effectively combining both services into one app. Whack! Mute users quickly with the tap of a button. You can also access these features by swiping left or right across the screen and, as you would expect, swipe down to refresh the content.
Delve further into the settings and you’ll also discover that you can customise the interface with a wide range of themes to suite your mood. This really is the Twitter client that has thought of everything.
A Twitter app that provides a range of tools to manage your account(s)
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