MeTweets steps up the Twitter game for Windows Phone. Free for now.

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 (opens in new tab) Windows Phone Store.

George Ponder

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.

  • Highly recommended!
  • Agree, it's a nice app. Not a lot of "personality" but it terms of speed and functions, it's great.
  • Does it have push notifications?
  • yeah it has push, its my daily driver with regards to twitter
  • Pretty smooth, but I like my lists "in line". i.e. I don't want a list of my lists, and have to select and view them individually, then go back to choose another. Hopefully that option will be added in a future update. Until then, I'll be sticking to the alternatives.
  • I don't like the app's icon but I will give this a try.
    My current client is Mehdoh and it works great and it's being updated on a regular basis. It doesn't hurt to try a new one every once in a while.
    Thanks for the tip!
  • I still don't get the purpose of Twitter. Someone help me out here. Not a tech noob in the least, which might be why I can't grasp the reasoning behind Twitter.
  • Think of it as a RSS feed for people or companies. I don't use it for friends as that's what Facebook is for. The only people I follow are professionals in my industry, but some people like to follow celebrities etc. The key difference to FB is that you don't have to be friends and give access to your whole online life.
    So after saying all that, I don't really use it much either. I never got into the RSS craze either, while others used to love having feeds from hundreds of sources. I know a few people heavily into Twitter too... But I don't really see the fascination :P
  • I follow my teams and its great fun to follow ItsWillyFerrel and ChuckDamnNorris, awesome jokes all days long. :)
  • its one of those things you have to try.... i like it because i can state random ass shit all day. maybe people read my bs maybe not, but it sure does feel good to put out there..
  • Yeah you should really try it out. I used to think it was so stupid to just tell people "what I'm doing" but Twitter goes way beyond that. For example I follow pretty much all of my favorite artists and one day one of them tweeted back to me, that alone made my day and the day after! :D
  • BEST twitter app. Thanks wpcentral. Very fast, very customizable, very metro, more "space efficient" than the people hub. In-timeline pictures! Carbon, you will NOT be missed ;)
  • That's how I feel! Carbon was my fave before they jumped ship, but this app took what Carbon did and improved. Carbon who?
  • +1
  • Why must every 3rd party twitter have such similar interface. With that out the way, its very fast!! And the streaming feature is the first of its kind. Its free, but I would have plunked down 1.99 for sure. Very nice app.
  • Oh man, another twitter app - I'm wetting myself with joy!
  • Can't get the schedule tweet function to work Figured it out.
  • i have yet to find a twitter app smooth as Twitter for windows phone... thats my favorite twitter app of them all...
  • This one is quite smooth. But the official twitter app is still better
  • im starting to have concerns with these twitter apps. they all look the same. it screams lazy. I'd like to see some variety in appearances.
  • +1
  • i'm using cowlick currently. which is better? can anyone tell?
  • Cowlick is better in terms of how nicely it is laid out. This one is same as mehdoh, rowi and carbon.
  • I may be missing it, but I don't see any way to get it to jump to the oldest new tweet after a refresh.  That's a dealbreaker for me, having to hunt for where I left off every time I load up the app.
  • Love this! Fills the void left by Carbon.