Tweet Lanes Updated With Conversation View Support – Developer Details Upcoming Features


The hottest Twitter client to hit the Google Play Store has just been updated today. Tweet Lanes is now on version 0.2.7 and while still a little rough around the edges, the update did bring Conversation View support to more devices, a feature severely lacking from previous releases. Thankfully, one of those devices was my Android 4.1 Jelly Bean runnin’ Galaxy Nexus, making everything in the world right once again. The developer Digital Ashes promises bigger and better in the future. Users can look forward to widgets, timeline position saving, dark theme, notifications and, you know — actual settings.

Don’t forget, once updated with premium features, Tweet Lanes will require an in-app purchase to unlock some of them. If you would like to get in on these unannounced features free of charge, there’s an option to keep the app “free for life,” requiring little more than a simple tweet. Onward and upward!

[Google Play Store]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Almost makes me want to make a Twitter. Almost.

    1. me too. I am always jealous of other developers. I know nothing of programming :P

      You should try with some open source Twitter client, then make your own.

      Twicca, Twitpal are also good Twitter clients for Android (not open source)

  2. Though still lacking some features, the ICS aesthetics of the app make it a must if you actually use said social media. Why can’t all devs follow Google’s guidelines?

  3. Nice!

  4. Is tablet support planned?

    1. Tablet support is absolutely planned. The current app runs on tablets, but while upscaling a phone app to tablet technically functions, it is not good enough for my standards. Hence I have locked the app from tablet devices in the Play Store thus far.

      Rest assured proper tablet support is coming. I actually don’t anticipate it being too much work. I will move onto it just as soon as I fix the most requested items from users for the phone version.

      1. Looking forward to testing it out. :-)

  5. without being able to simply save pics it pretty much makes it useless for me…
    hope to see landscape support too

    1. dev is very helpful..looks like being able to save pics will be added and tablet support at some point..hopefully even landscape.

    2. What do you mean ‘save pics’? Do you want pictures you take from the camera within Tweet Lanes to save to your SD card?

      1. if any of the people youre following post a pic you can click on it to view it..need an option to save it from there..most twitter apps you can long press the image and get options like save pic/rotate/ etc

  6. been using this app since it was released…all i can say is the developer Chris Lacy has kept his word fixing bugs and with each update the app is getting better by the day

  7. Mirin’ dat jacket Chris. Anyways, I wish (maybe I’m wrong) that it had a widget.

  8. Available only for Android 4.0+

    I hate you all ;(

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