Falcon Pro 3, the much anticipated re-write of one of the most popular, well-put-together Twitter apps in Android history, has arrived. At this time, you have a UI that will look somewhat similar to users of the previous app, in terms of the color scheme. Outside of that, though, the column-based navigation is completely different this time around (think Tweetdeck), there are no settings to be tweaked (yet), DMs are completely missing, and overall, it seems pretty barebones at this time.
The developer of Falcon Pro, Joaquim Verges, promises that more features are coming, along with direct messages in future updates.
To use the app, you can download it for free, but in order to add an account, it will cost you $3.99 for a primary account, followed by another $1.99 for additional accounts.
We will have a review up soon in case you don’t feel like spending $4 to $6 on an app that may not be quite finished yet.
Play Link ($3.99 in-app purchase for primary account)