“If you’re a really heavy user of Twitter lists, then TweetList is definitely worth considering.”£1.99
With the launch of a brand-new design to Twitter’s official iPhone app, long-time Twitter users have faced something of a dilemma: use Twitter’s own (free) app – warts, changes and all – or switch to a (likely paid-for) third-party client. TweetList’s unique feature is the placement of lists as a primary view in the app; right alongside a tab for your Twitter timeline there’s a tab containing your Twitter lists. You swipe left and right to go between lists, and it’s a really great differentiating feature to easily switch between them (you’ll need to spend some time building lists of people you follow to make the most of it, though).rnrnTweetList Pro does a fairly good job of making the app feel at home on iOS, and you can mute users, apps and hashtags. However, the timeline view suffers from a fair amount of clutter – particularly with retweets.rnTweetList Pro is a well-considered app for heavy Twitter users. It’s not as polished as, say, Tweetbot, but it’s worth a look if you’re still trying to find your favourite Twitter client.