Plume is no doubt one hell of a Twitter client for our Android devices, but the developers have just released one hell of a widget for its users as well. Based of the DashClock Widget extension, the new widget allows for users to have yet another means to check out the date, time and of course, what is happening in that oh-so important Twitter feed and all that good stuff. The great thing about this DashClock Widget extension is that it’s completely open-sourced—- meaning there is all sorts of goodies that’s just waiting to be toyed with.
For now, the new widget extension is available for Android 4.2+ devices only, so if you’re on that version of Jelly Bean— head on down to the Play Store and grab it today— you’ll be glad you did.
Play Store Download Link
I don’t know about you, but I always find myself trying to find the best Twitter client that best fits me. I have been on Plume (formerly known as Touiteur) for quite some time now and have yet to find a suitable replacement. Plume is wonderful and the abundant updates constantly brings new features and fluidity throughout the app. The most notable new feature in this recent update is a “swipe-able panel” (like the Google+ and YouTube app) on the left side that brings you several navigational options. If that itself hasn’t made you excited about the update, here’s what else you can expect:
- rework the application navigation to be more fluid
- rework the tablet UI to better fit 7″ tablets
- add a simple Draft system (automatic save/restore)
- add Facebook picture uploading
- fix Twitlonger expansion
If you’re looking for a great and feature filled 3rd party Twitter client, I would highly suggest Plume. You can grab the app for free ($4.99 if you wish to take out the ads) via the QR code or download link after the break.
Plume, formally known as Touiteur, has received an update that addresses several bugs currently present on the app. Plume is an alternative Twitter client that is extremely customizable in every sense of the word. The new 2.15 update tackles several bugs like position saving, button issues and various display messages. Head on over to Talk Android’s apps database for more details and let us know what you think in the comments below. Don’t forget to hit the break to get full developer details and bug fixes.