Twitter is over-populated. Gaining quality followers isn't easy, and publishing the best tweets sadly isn't as easy as following a recipe in a cookbook. There's no magic formula. And with so much of Twitter filled with useless information and people using it as a forum to complain about their daily grind, you might struggle to filter out the great content.
Sometimes, using the Twitter app just isn't enough. You need something more. So go ahead and read on for our list of the best apps to make the most of your Twitter experience: cleaning your timeline, filtering what to read, messaging smoothly, streaming content... anything is possible.
The first on high on our list of recommendations is UberSocial. With this clever app, you can manage your account, and make the most of features like messaging, followers, and mentions, and even check out nearby tweets and video-streaming content from your followers. A well-designed tool that keeps information organized.
Storyline is the perfect organizational tool that makes sure you never miss any important tweets. In a world where everyone is tweeting their lives 24/7, a filter wouldn't go amiss. Search for your favorite users and read what happened in the last 24 hours. Don't worry, you'll still be able to favorite, reply and retweet from the application.
Direct Messenger for Twitter is the incredibly simple alternative for those having trouble with their current Twitter client (because let's face it, DMs don't work that well). The app lets you communicate with your Twitter followers and send them photos, emojis and stickers. No bells and whistles, just gets the job done.
Wondr - Anonymous Chat Session For Your Twitter Followers
What is Twitter missing? Yes, a proper chat. Wondr is a social app that allows users to connect with their followers and increase engagement by forming a group chat about a particular topic. Within the chat, users will remain anonymous and will be able to share their opinions and discuss anything they like on a particular subject.
Twindr is a quick and straight-forward tool that helps you clean your follower list just by swiping left or right. So if you feel you follow too many people, be sure to install this Tinder-style app and begin the clean-up. Couldn't be simpler.
If you're not worried about who you're following but actually who is following you, you should take a look at Crowdfire. This application will let you know who unfollowed you on Twitter at that the exact moment, and will also help you remove inactive users - and unfollow people back. Indispensable for those managing a large network of followers.
Buffer is the ideal app for scheduling your tweets. Plan in advance, forget about hitting publish in advance, and achieve your social media goals. Moreover, after the tweets have been published, you can go back to the app and check the analytics to monitor the performance of your content.
If you're all about live-streaming, you definitely can't miss Periscope. This application broadcasts a great variety of content that you can later replay, keeps comment within the app, and lets you favorite live streams. The app is completely customizable and broadcasts can either be private or public; there's no limit either: record as much as you like.
Most people are usually concerned about privacy. And let's face it: social networks aren't exactly the safest place ever. For example, your content can easily become viral and your tweets (with location) might be read by thousands of people. For this reason, Xpire allows you to tweet without worrying: because you know that after a few minutes (whatever you decide), the tweets will disappear. As an extra, the app helps you calculate how risky are your tweets.