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I have three twitter accounts. Two of them are closely related and the third is my private twitter accounts. Sometimes, persons I follow with the private account post something, I'd like to retweet by another account.

Update: After checking the apps, I miss the threaded view and the number of likes and retweets. So one more criteria below.

I checked following apps:

Client
Talon for Twitter
Talon for Twitter Classic (open source)
TweetCaster
Twidere
Falcon Pro 3
Tweet Lanes
Twitter Client
Twimight
Tweetin
beeter
Plume
Three accounts
no
no
yes
yes
?
yes
no
?
?
yes
yes
Retweet as
yes
?
no
no
?
no
?
?
?
no
yes
280 characters
yes
?
yes
yes
no
yes
?
?
?
yes
yes
reply chain
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
outdated app
outdated app
?
no
shows number of likes and retweets
?
?
?
?
?
?
?
outdated app
outdated app
?
no

Did I evaluate something wrong? Does someone know alternative apps?

(hint to typeset a table from https://meta.stackexchange.com/a/231387/218314)

Reply Chain

By "Reply Chain", I mean the following:

example conversation

Number of likes and retweets

Besides the number of likes and retweets, I'd also like to know whether a conversation is going on.

number of likes and retweets

  • Plume can deal with multiple accounts and 280 chars. As I only have one account, I cannot test "tweet as". Also consider it contains multiple "trackers" (ads/analytics). See my list of Twitter apps for other possible candidates. Janetter might fit, but you'd need the pro (Twitter token policy). – Izzy Mar 19 '18 at 16:28
  • What are "Conversations"? If you're thinking of the "reply chain", the "No" in the Plume line is wrong: tap the latest response, and you'll see the chain of what it responds to. "number of likes and retweets": your own you can find on your profile page (tap your nick) – but what other people liked/retweeted of your tweets I couldn't find in the app either. – Izzy Mar 20 '18 at 11:01
  • @Izzy I updated the description accordingly. Think, I have to check all Twitter apps in your list and create an ultimate comparison out of it. – koppor Mar 20 '18 at 12:36
  • What you showed as "reply chain" you can see in Plume when tapping one "participating" message in your timeline (it then shows what that was replying to, back to the initial message, quite similar to your screenshot). So that should be "reply chain: yes" :) – Izzy Mar 20 '18 at 14:23

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