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A Twitter app you'll want to use. Built with iOS design guidelines in mind, and packed full of powerful features. Available on iPhone, iPad, Watch, and Mac.
Tired of promoted tweets and ads?
Aviary lets you browse Twitter in chronological order without distractions. It has an iOS-centric interface coupled with extensive features that elevate your Twitter experience.
Want to share tweets with friends?
Aside from conventional methods, you can also share tweets as images (with fine-tuning abilities to toggle on-screen elements and backgrounds). No more badly cropped or low resolution social images.
140 characters not enough?
Threader Mode lets you automatically chain long tweets and send them out in one go (with the ability to set custom separators). You can also undo tweets.
Don't want to see something in your timeline?
Aviary has powerful tweet filters for keywords, hashtags, users, clients, media, quoted content, retweets, tweets above or below certain thresholds, regular expressions, sentiment analysis, and more.
We all need some positivity
Sentiment analysis when tweeting to add extra caution, along with sentiment analysis throughout the app to decipher whether tweets and their replies are positive or negative.
A list for this, a list for that
Create custom curated lists, and set them as your home timeline. On iPad and Mac, keep multiple columns open to view all your lists at a glance (or revert to a single-column view).
Hello, Hola, Bonjour
Translate tweets seamlessly when composing them, or translate tweets and media in timelines to know what's being said even when you don't speak the language.
Can't remember why you followed someone?
Aviary has extensive profile actions, including adding private notes to remember details about the respective user, and viewing relationships between any two users (follow, block, and message statuses).
The perfect composition
Compose tweets with media, GIFs, polls, drawings, and more, including the ability to view and set who can reply to tweets. You can also drag the compose button to a different on-screen location.
Twitter should be fun and easy to use
Long-press tweets and media for context menus, long-press tab bar items to quickly switch to a different view, pinch the screen to change themes, scrub videos by dragging your finger, and more.
Apple technologies galore
iCloud sync, push notifications, Siri Shortcuts, Widgets, iMessage Stickers, Action Extensions to open Twitter links, themes, alt app icons, biometric app locks, smart rotation locks, view tweets in AR...
There's more than meets the eye
There's Picture in Picture for videos and tweets, the ability to save timeline videos to your camera roll, image descriptions, accessibility labels, dynamic text, and VoiceOver support to keep you in the loop.
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