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Falcon Pro for Android may be one of the newer Twitter clients on the block, but with the way things are going, it might end up ruling them all. Sporting some of the slickest design I've seen in the category, Falcon is quickly becoming a fan favorite for a fast-growing contingent of social-focused Android users.
Falcon's interface is about as attractive as they come, with its minimalist typeface and light-on-dark color scheme. But what's most impressive is this app's exceptionally smooth controls. Swiping up and down through your Twitter timeline is a pleasure free of any jerky refreshes, while swiping laterally between control panels is as smooth as butter as well.
All of Falcon's functionality is neatly organized into three panels. The Center panel, your Timeline, is where most of the action takes place. It displays all of your tweets with sufficiently large avatars, timestamps, and clearly identifiable usernames. It's noticeably clear of any clutter from buttons. If you want to reply, retweet, or favorite a tweet, simply long-press to reveal a slim toolbar with options. Otherwise, you can tap any individual tweet to expand it to full screen and show a preview of embedded links or images in the app's internal browser. This is a nice touch, as it lets you view rich media without having to leave Falcon. As for syncing, you can set your timeline to refresh as often as every two minutes. Unfortunately, though, there is no Push notification option as of yet. Meanwhile, the running counter at the top of the Timeline updates you with notifications for new tweets, mentions, and direct messages.