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Sideswiper

The main interface lets you swipe left and right among your different columns. Read editors' take
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Open the drawer

The sidebar on the left side of the screen houses basic navigation tools lists. Read editors' take
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Inline previews

The Plume timeline shows inline previews of tweeted photos and videos. Read editors' take
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What's trending

Plume lets you check out trending topics from around the globe or from any of nine different cities. The downside? It only lets you check out trends from nine different cities. Read editors' take
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Compose a tweet

Plume offers some basic tools for composing tweets. Autocomplete for usernames and the URL shortener are nice touches. Unfortunately, there's no geotagging option. Read editors' take
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Mute

Plume offers a few different muting options in case your timeline gets inundated with content that you don't care about. Read editors' take
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Custom columns

With Plume you can create custom columns so you can easily swipe among content from different Twitter accounts and even Facebook accounts. Read editors' take
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Take a look at yourself

From the sidebar on the left, you can access your profile and even edit your bio, location, and photo. Read editors' take
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