TweetLine Brings Full Featured Twitter Experience

TweetLine Brings Full Featured Twitter Experience

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Finding the right Twitter application is like shopping for a new car. You have to compare features, looks, usability, and other small things before you pick the one you want to stick with. There are also a whole bunch of options. For most Twitter users, they’re happy if their Twitter client can send tweets and has a nice looking UI. Others require much more—more features, more theming options, more everything. Well, there’s a new Twitter application out that looks to fill those shoes.

On the surface, TweetLine by XDA Forum Member HappyDr0id doesn’t appear to be much different than most Twitter applications. However, the big changes are a number of under-the-hood additions that have been made to optimize your Twitter experience. Some features include:

– Pull-to-refresh to refresh each column (timeline, direct messages, mentions)
– Register the last tweet you read in the timeline to always find your tweets as you had left them
– Sharing pictures with TwitPic, Yfrog, Lockerz and pic.twitter
– The colorbar which allows you to assign a color to a user, a colored bar will appear on his tweets in your timeline
– Integration of a url shortener: bit.ly
– Preview images in tweets as thumbnails, and can see the image full screen by clicking on it (with zoom support)
– Configurable action on the long tap of a tweet
– Android 4.0 themes available : Dark, Light, Light & Dark and True Dark
– Change the text size and color of tweets
– Autcompletion on friends name
– Display the renewal hour of your API requests
– Edition of your profile
– Search tweets and users
– Mute tweets based on hashtags, an expression or a person
– Use SSL to secure your tweets

The development team is also working on some additional features:

– Integration of new services to upload images
– Integration of TwitLonger for tweets over 140 characters
– Integration of TweetMarker to replace the local last read tweet saving system
– Association of a color to a list
– Support of multi-account
– Display number of unique timelines on which each of your tweets was posted
– Widget in various formats showing a selected column
– Export/Import of your options
– Tablet UI

For more information and to try the app out yourself, check out the original thread.