Android: Twitter clients are often pretty similar, but they suffer from a major downfall. Twitter's dumb token limit. After popular client Fenix was pulled from the Play Store, Finch has stepped up as a new alternative. Finch is similar to a lot of other Twitter clients that we've discussed before. It supports multiple accounts, has easy access to lists and has a tablet-friendly design. Normally being the same as other clients wouldn't merit much attention from us, but Twitter's token limit necessarily prevents apps from getting too popular. Once too many users sign up, the app can't accept any more users, so it usually gets pulled or new users struggle to get access. Finch's one major benefit is that it hasn't hit that limit yet, so you can probably get in now without much trouble.
Finch Is A Robust Twitter Client That Hasn't Hit A Token Limit Yet
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