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  1. Will
    March 18, 17:49 Reply

    Keep an eye on your battery. I kept scaling back the polling frequency and eventually turned it to manual in an attempt to increase by battery life. It could be coincidental, perhaps my battery drained simply because incoming Tweets made me check my phone much more often but I eventually uninstalled Twidroid to avoid having to charge my phone in the middle of the day.

  2. LipGloss712
    March 18, 22:45 Reply

    I love twidroid. When it first came out it was so basic. I made suggestions through feedback and throug emails. I feel as though they really listened to me because everything I suggested, they added. I check out other twitter apps when they come out just to see what they look like and I end up uninstalling immediately. Twidroid is far superior and I don't think any other twitter app will surpass it.

  3. Black Dave
    March 19, 00:11 Reply

    The best way to keep battery life up is to update manually and so it won't waste more battery than to just stay open. I've been doing it for months!

  4. Nick
    March 19, 07:25 Reply

    Never had a problem with my battery going down faster because of it.

  5. Thomas520
    March 19, 16:19 Reply

    Twidroid is one awesome app. As stated above, the features outclass any other application in its field. I never had a problem with battery life either and I have it check just once a day (unless i am doing the tweeting). This is one of those "must have" apps, if your into Twitter

  6. T-Dogg
    March 19, 20:45 Reply

    this was a great review…very helpful!!

  7. squinkee
    August 25, 04:16 Reply

    how do you include a picture in a direct message? there doesn't seem to be the option to add a picture for the direct messaging. or is there some trick to it? any help would be much appreciated!

  8. elley
    October 19, 09:00 Reply

    the direct messages don’t show up!why?

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