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Twitter, Inc.


Download Twitter Twitter icon

The official and probably the best mobile Twitter…

That’s it, browse interest, find & follow friends, tweet, retweet, discover trends, send and receive direct messages with your followers/followed, share links and media... and many other features. Twitter official app has been significantly improved from its first version, becoming this way one of the most used Android apps. Regarding design, the l…

Free 7.7M 9

9 Expert
Download Periscope Periscope icon

Live-stream and playback from anywhere, publicly o…

THE VERDICT After a year in the making and several months of anticipation, Twitter's Meerkat rival has finally been born: welcome to the live-streaming stage Periscope, the sleekest and most attractive live broadcasting app yet to be seen. Periscope is smooth and easy to use, and boasts loads of great features that pit it well ahead of any of its r…

Free 262.5K 9

9 Expert
Download Fabric Fabric icon

Monitor your app on the go and get real-time alerts when something is critically affecting your app. See the information you need to know to triage the issue: - Full stack traces - Number of affected users - Insight into who is affected We sift through millions of events every day to intelligently bring the most important information to you. So t…

Free 679 8.6

8.6 Users


Twitter, Inc. has 3 apps available and 2 deleted apps in Google Play.

Twitter, Inc. first app (Twitter) was published 6 years ago and the last one (Fabric) was published 4 months ago .

Android total downloads for Twitter, Inc. apps sum 511510000 (the most downloaded Twitter for Android).

The average users' rating for Twitter, Inc. apps is 3.70/5.

Google Play categories distribution:

  • -4 apps in the category Social
  • -1 apps in the category Tools


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