Here are 3 Best Free Apps to Access Facebook and Twitter on Android. These apps allow you to access and manage your Twitter and Facebook accounts from one app. You can browse your Twitter feed or Facebook timeline, see others’ tweets and posts, retweet or comment on them, favorite or like them, and perform almost all elementary actions from one single app. Want to tweet or post something? You can do that from one place as well! Read on to find out more.
Do you have multiple Twitter Accounts? Head over to this article to learn about Twitter apps for accessing multiple Accounts.
UberSocial for Android is chiefly a Twitter client (at least that’s what the Play Store listing states). But don’t let that fool you! UberSocial can handle your Facebook account and almost all the elementary features as well! It doesn’t have as many features as the full-fledged Facebook app, but you can like, comment, and share posts from your timeline with ease. Also, you can select the option to post your tweets directly to Facebook as well (see the 1st screenshot above?). Twitter functionality is great, and you can easily swipe between Twitter and Facebook tabs. Try it out for yourself.
HootSuite for Android is one of the most popular apps for accessing Facebook and Twitter at one place. Hootsuite lets you add tabs to your Facebook and Twitter accounts, which can then be accessed easily from the Edit Stream screen whenever you launch the app. Tap on any of the Facebook tabs and you will be taken to that tab, then you can swipe between other tabs added to that Social Networking Account. You can post your Status Updates and Tweets easily from one place as well. Hootsuite also has premium features which you have to pay for, but for personal use you don’t need to worry about that. Oh, and not long ago, Hootsuite acquired Seesmic (which, by the way, was also an extremely popular app), but you can get it from here if you wish, since it hasn’t been pulled down from the Play Store till the time of writing of this article.
Plume for Android is one of the most popular Twitter clients out there. But I’ve been using Plume to access Twitter and Facebook at one place since quite some time. And yes, it works efficiently for that too. While the Twitter experience is feature-packed, Plume shows you your Facebook feed as well, and can handle elementary Facebook actions to Like, Comment or Share posts from Facebook. You can tweet on Twitter or post something to Facebook with ease. Do keep in mind that you will have to bear through small ad banners in the free version though.
That’s it for now guys. This list of 3 Android Apps to Access Facebook and Twitter at One Place, is done now. Any other suggestions that you might have, are welcome in the comments section below.