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I'm used to the Tweetum App in Windows that allowed me to manage multiple twitter accounts but now that I've moved to Android I'm not sure what App to go with for the same/more utility.  What are you folks using?

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ImTheTypeOfGuy

Either of you using Microsoft's next app. It looks very nice but isn't working on the latest Android software. I hope they update it soon.

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up7500

I use Tweetcaster.  I don't have to manage multiple accounts, but I know the ability is there.

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Joe_Miner

Trying Talon out now, like how it eliminate s twitter commercials which is something Kathy is looking for

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Dave

Did you settle on Talon?  I like it.  I change it to dark mode and then customize the notifications to chill out.  Then I like to tell it not to fetch in the background.  I'll refresh it every time I open it.  Saves battery.  It's been my goto client for a few years.

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Joe_Miner

Yup, working well! Still need to install it on Kathy's phone, I've been testing it out so that hopefully I can answer her questions

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