I was missing the easy to reach replies tab, and found both to be a tad bit slow. I remembered from this post from Chris Brogan that he used Twittelator, so I downloaded that and played around. It’s better, but it’s not as simple and solid as I want my client to be. It’s color schemes look cool though, check out this one:
The bad thing about it is that it takes too much screen per tweet, which makes it hard to read a lot of tweets quickly.
Now that I had installed 3 apps already, I thought what the heck, let’s try the other ones. I found Twitterfon, and I think this one is here to stay. It’s got everything you need, from a replies and direct messages tab to your normal timeline. It supports GPS and taking pictures and search with a history of your recent searches. And, to boot, it’s by far the fastest Twitter app on my iPhone to start up. It looks clean like this:
Best thing about it? It’s free!
So basically, I think Twitterfon will be my primary iPhone Twitter app for the coming months, as it seems to be everything I need from a Twitter client!