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Swipe right from the Timeline to reveal links to your profile, followers, and other basic Twitter pages. Here, you'll also find the Search tool and settings. Read full review
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Timeline

Falcon Pro's Timeline screen shows off ample-sized avatars and easy-to-read typeface. And along the top are counters for new tweets, mentions, and direct messages. Read full review
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Control your lists

Swipe left from the Timeline to reveal controls for lists, saved searches, and more. Read full review
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Profile

The User Profile screen in Falcon Pro displays Twitter avatars and header photos. And just like on the Web site, the overlaid text from bios and locations can sometimes get lost. Read full review
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Internal browsing

With Falcon Pro's internal browser, you can view rich media without having to leave the app. Read full review
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YouTube API

The most recent update to Falcon Pro integrated the YouTube API, which lets users now watch YouTube videos within a tweet window. Read full review
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Compose your own

The Compose window makes it easy to attach photos or location tags. Unfortunately, though, there's no autocomplete function, which means you'll have to remember the Twitter handle of anyone you want to mention. Read full review
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