Falcon Pro updates, integrates YouTube API

The Falcon Pro Twitter client for Android continues to get better with a notable update just before the new year.

Joaquim Vergès

The folks behind the increasingly popular Falcon Pro Twitter client for Android have managed to push one last app update out the door before the new year, and it's not all about bug fixes. Version 1.4 of the slick client brings a host of new features, including double-tapping on tweets and a log-out button. See the full changelog below.

  • Added YouTube API integration
  • Added option to enable double tap on tweets
  • Added log-out button
  • Added hide keyboard on RT
  • Added report for spam
  • Added mute management from settings
  • Added hash tag autofill when searching for tweets
  • Added slider for refresh rates
  • New "More Actions" dialog design
  • Enhanced conversation view with private accounts
  • Bug fixes

Unquestionably the most important of Falcon's new features is the added YouTube API integration. This tweak allows Falcon users to now get a proper video experience within the app whenever they come across a tweeted YouTube link.

The updated Falcon Pro for Android is available now for 99 cents on Google Play.

About the author

Jaymar Cabebe covers mobile apps and Windows software for CNET. While he may be a former host of the Android Atlas Weekly podcast, he doesn't hate iOS or Mac. Jaymar has worked in online media since 2007.

 

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