2 Fenice for Twit­ter

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Tweet­ing with Fenice for Twit­ter (£1.59/US$2.25) is a very pleas­ant experience. Avail­able from the Win­dows Store, it of­fers a level of cus­tomi­sa­tion you’d ex­pect from a pre­mium app – en­abling you to ad­just not only colours and feeds, but also shorten links, spellcheck, and for­mat edited retweets.

Fenice’s in­ter­face is much like Tweet­Deck’s, and is de­signed for larger screens so you’ll get a bet­ter experience on a desk­top with a good-sized mon­i­tor than you would on a notebook. We par­tic­u­larly like the abil­ity to drag and drop pic­tures into tweets, and to queue tweets to be pub­lished later if you find your­self with­out an in­ter­net con­nec­tion (although you can’t sched­ule them for a spe­cific time).

Fenice also of­fers cus­tomis­able Live Tiles and no­ti­fi­ca­tions, so you never miss an im­por­tant tweet.

Un­for­tu­nately, Fenice is no longer avail­able in a free trial ver­sion, although given its ca­pa­bil­i­ties and low cost we think it’s def­i­nitely worth the price of the down­load. A must-have app for any­one’s Twit­ter amoury.

Fenice is an af­ford­able pre­mium Twit­ter client that works best on the big screen.

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