Available as a Universal app, Fenice on PC uses a columnar interface, not unlike TweetDeck.
There are dozens of customization options, and Fenice also supports some of Windows 10's unique features such as interactive toast notifications and Live Tiles. Fenice also features powerful filtering solutions, streaming tweets, drag and drop image support and other functionality the official apps have yet to take advantage of.
Fenice is a solid option for those who are dissatisfied with the official Twitter app or just want something different, and there's even a free trial if you're still on the fence. The sale brings the app down to just $1.39, and you have until next Friday to take advantage.
Do you use Fenice? What's your favorite Universal Twitter app? Let us know in the comments.
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