MeTweets is the latest Twitter client for your Windows Phone that claims to be perfect for the beginner as well as the power tweeter.
MeTweets spreads things out nicely on the main pages covering your timeline, mentions, messages, lists, top tweets and favorites. Don't care for so many pages? MeTweets' settings allow you to turn off and re-organize the main pages.
Other MeTweets features include:
- Tweet with pictures and add location to tweets, with the ease of username mention auto completion.
- Scheduled Tweets: You don’t have to be there to be on Twitter. Schedule tweets and we will post them whenever you like
- Configurable home screen: you can use the columns you want. Choose from timeline, mentions, messages, favorites, top tweets and lists or add other user's timelines or search queries.
- Streaming: for heavy Twitter users it can be interesting to have tweets, mentions and messages pushed to your phone as they appear on Twitter. Streaming does just that, instant delivery.
- Embedded photo viewing in the timeline
- Fast Actions: reply, retweet, favorite or view tweet details from the timeline
- Multiple account support
- Built-in photo viewing for Twitter, Instagram, TwitPic and Yfrog with capability to save to your phone
- Full landscape orientation support and orientation lock
- Pin “new tweet”, or user profile tile to start
You also have mute filters in the settings to hide certain tweets based on author, content or source. Plus there is a Save for Later feature that allows you to save tweets for later viewing using built-in Pocket or Instapaper support.
MeTweets is a feature rich Twitter app for your Windows Phone and in using it for a short time, we can see it appealing to any Twitter user.
MeTweets is currently free but only for a limited time. Not sure when this will change but you can find MeTweets here at the Windows Phone Store.
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George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.