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Tweet Lanes for Android, An Ice Cream Sandwich Inspired Twitter Client

It seems that there is never a shortage of Twitter clients for Android. So, here is another to add to the list. Tweet Lanes is still under development, but so far, it rocks. With a beautifully designed UI inspired by Ice Cream Sandwich, you swipe from left to right to see all of the tweets, mentions, and profiles. What I enjoy most is the ever-present bar on the bottom where you tweet from. Makes for very easy sharing. 

As a pro-tip, once you install Tweet Lanes, you can opt-in to a “Free for Life” feature. Just follow Tweet Lanes and the developer, then all future premium content will be yours for free. Not a bad deal, right? If you have another Twitter client you want us to check out, let us know in the comments down below.

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  • Busko

    The one thing I find frustrating is that you can’t add a person to a list…you can follow someone but after following no way of putting them in your lists, unless I missed it somewhere. Just cuz of this feature, I may have to go back to tweetcaster or try plume out till get this feature on tweetlanes.

  • Tsabhira

    Always been a die-hard Twicca fan here… just has all the stuff I want, for free, and a dark skin. But Boid kinda sold me with the Holo theme. So I’ve kept them both. This one doesn’t seem as developed even as Boid. :/

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  • Darkbandit

    If I could get Tweetcaster to remember my TL position it would be my pick..but Plume is the only one that seems to remember it

  • kurichan

    until tweet lanes gets something as simple as notifications, i’ll still be using twicca as my main client.

  • I’m surprised there are so many votes for Plume. It’s an app that is terribly designed. Its multi colored layout is too busy with bad typography. I would recommend Boid, its update gave it great functionality, save for notifications. Other than that, Carbon drops this week to end the debate.

  • Does no one use ubersocial?

  • Ben

    Well you can forget using it on a tablet… no HC support. Won’t get much adoption w/o supporting all current Android versions still shipping w/devices.

  • Cjb

    I’m liking this app. Very easy to reply and to quote retweets.

  • Tyler Cunning

    I think I’ll just wait til’ carbon for android is released

  • Ri

    Twoons, Tweedle, and TweetLine are others to look out for.

  • Robert Crotty

    Cant get it to install on my rezound OR on my tf300t….weird. says it isn’t compatible with either of them.

  • Alix8821

    Has Great Potential. Love the UI… But no notification settings. No options… I signed up for the Free For Life! thing. But… Back to TweetCaster until this improves…

  • nsnsmj

    This app is nice, but it’s lacking even more features than Boid. Plus, it’s hella buggy. I know it’s early in development though, so it’s not too much of a problem. Currently, Boid is much better, but the official Twitter app is unfortunately something I still have to fall back on.

  • jpfrasier

    I’m giving it a shot but I am a big fan of Tweetcaster.

  • EvanTheGamer

    Nice. But I still prefer TweetCaster.

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  • DJyoSNOW

    Not compatible on my droid charge ….lol

  • PLUME. The End. Nothing else comes close.

    • What makes it so awesome and we can make it happen in Boid?

      • driggity

        Does Boid have an easy way to “share” yet. By that I mean re-tweet and add a comment? I know I couldn’t find a way of doing that when I tried it long ago.

        • Yup, press Retweet from the tweet viewer, we have “Retweet” and “Quote”

  • Lakerzz

    Does it have an option to view conversation/ replies?

  • Jason Bourdeau

    I’m still waiting for Carbon. They said it will be public by the end of this week, hopefully.

  • JBartcaps

    Pictures show up on the tweets without having to open the tweets! I can kiss the stock twitter app goodbye!

  • Liquidretro

    This is so far a nice client, but it is missing key features to make it good enough to be a full time client. Lack of Notifications, but it does update very fast, lack of settings, it’s not able to look up a conversation. I do really like how it displays images, its fast, I like the different interface too. It has promise, lets hope the developer continues to make it better with regular updates and someday push. We don’t need another issimo with this one. Sorry BT.

  • Brandon Heid

    I see the Jelly Bean arrow down in that right screenshot 😉

  • vdotross

    I like plume best so far…

    • Same here…and this looks a lot like Plume.

  • Robot Bird is another still in development but with a bit of potential.

  • Make something innovative, someone is waiting in the shadows to release something *slightly* better. I’m still waiting for notifications in Boid.

    • We’re getting poll notifications in the next update

  • fvqu

    Boid has really gone downhill since it went to pre-beta status, I actually ended up switching back to the regular Twitter client for a while, I’m about to give this one a try, this app is much cleaner then Boid, and seems to be working great so far.

    • John

      Tweakdeck has always been rock solid for me

      • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

        Dev stopped updating the app though…

        • John

          Tweakdeck or Tweetdeck? It hasn’t been updated in a while, but it has always worked great for me.

    • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

      THE REGULAR? that is madness I hate that app lol…. TweetCaster Pro is always my fall back.. it’s pretty much perfect… stacked with features…

    • What’s the issues and we’ll fix them up? 😀

    • JosephMoreno

      wanna take it up with them? They’re all talking right here :

  • rodney11ride

    you like this or Boid?

  • Good_Ole_Pinocchio

    Compared to BOid?

    • AnotherAndroidKid

      Exactly. I’ve been on that since i first came to light here. I really don’t see a need to change, but if someone can sell me on why this is better, i’d consider it.

      • Lately I’ve actually been preferring Plume over all of them. Plume uses ICS design and functionality, while providing LOADS of features.