Aviary - for Twitter

Aviary - for Twitter for PC and Mac

Published by Shihab Mehboob on 2023-12-29

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 14.0
  • Category: Social Networking
  • Licence: $4.99
  • Software version: 1.1.44
  • File size: 24.76 MB

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Aviary Overview

What is Aviary? Aviary is a Twitter client app designed for iOS devices. It offers a distraction-free browsing experience by filtering out promoted tweets and ads. The app has an intuitive interface and extensive features that allow users to customize their Twitter experience. Aviary offers powerful tweet filters, context menus, Siri Shortcuts, Share Extensions, iMessage Stickers, and Widgets. It also supports multiple scrollable columns on iPad, hashflags, polls, list creation and browsing, trends and search, and more. The app has a biometric app lock, text and image text translations, autoplaying timeline videos, and extensive keyboard shortcuts and trackpad support. Aviary also offers custom app icons and themes, dark mode, high-contrast backgrounds, and iCloud sync. The app was created by a small team and feedback can be given through Twitter.


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Aviary - for Twitter Features and Description

1. Quickly view lists, set custom tabs, change accounts, respond to tweets, share content, and more using gestures and context menus.

2. Use filters to hide tweets containing keywords, users, media, quotes, retweets, tweets above or below certain thresholds, regular expressions, and more.

3. The delightful interface is coupled with extensive features that feel the part on your device, whilst elevating your Twitter experience.

4. Tweak app icons, tints, gestures, tweet appearances, and much more with the extensive list of settings options.

5. Aviary is a beautiful Twitter client built with iOS design guidelines in mind.

6. Siri Shortcuts, Share Extensions, iMessage Stickers, and Widgets means that the fun doesn't stop when you leave the app.

7. Browse Twitter without the distractions of promoted tweets or ads.

8. Aviary was created by an incredibly small team of one and I'd love to hear your thoughts.

9. It's simple enough to pick up and use immediately, and powerful enough to tweak it just the way you want.

10. I'm available through Twitter @JPEGuin.

11. If you have any questions or feedback, please get in touch.


  • - UI which reminds me of Apollo
  • - Fluid and clean app looks
  • - Developer cared about the design of the app
  • - Widgets are working great
  • - Does what I want it to do

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


Aviary - for Twitter - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By Zues2020

    The Apollo variant of Twitter

    I’ve been using Aviary as my main Twitter app for some time now, and I grew to fall in love with it. The UI which reminds me of Apollo is part of the reason why I use it as my main Twitter app the other part is just how fluid and clean the app looks from the app icon to the app itself it shows how much the developer cared about the design of the app and to make it as if Microsoft created the app itself! While it’s not perfect I do have issue trying to use the app on my Microsoft Watch Series 3 where it won’t let me log in and they’re still some things I would love to see added in future builds assuming the Twitter API allows it, but at the end of the day I plan on keeping with Aviary for all my Twitter needs and can’t wait to see where it’ll be a year from now!

  • By hannibal87


    Lots of bugs that are being ignored, while it’s updated daily with new features. I don’t care about features when I can barely use the app. All of these bugs have existed since the beta, and with countless updates since release none of them have been touched. He cares more about insignificant new features, but rarely fixing bugs. I’ve switched back to my old Twitter app, I can’t take daily updates with no bug fixes. • Timeline doesn’t remember where I was. I often read the same tweet multiple times because it scrolled back. This bug is SO common I’m shocked it shipped this way. • Duplicate chunks of tweets a few times: I scroll past a bunch, then the same bunch again. Only seen this once or twice. • Tweeting at an account I follow doesn’t show a suggestion for that account, rather other random accounts I don’t follow. I have to type the entire user name every single time. • Can’t long-press any links to copy the URL. • Tapping a linked tweet “preview” opens details for the tweet of the account I follow, not the tweet that person linked to. • Undoing a retweet is strangely rather difficult. PS: we don’t need or want four updates in a day. Focus more time on developing. It’s wasting everyone’s time creating so many builds and not fixing the actual issues.

  • By Makaveli28

    Good app but pretty buggy

    For the most part this app is pretty good, but there’s a couple of issues that I ran into. The first being that the Microsoft Watch app was stuck on the “open the app on your iPhone” screen and no matter what I did, including reinstalling the app, I couldn’t get it to go away. The second was spending the last 18ish hours dealing with phantom audio coming out of both my iPhone and iPad. It was super creepy, and a little bit ago I finally figured out that it was coming from the app when I opened it to check Twitter and it started doing it again. I closed it and the audio stopped, then I opened it and the audio started playing again. These issues aside, I like the UI and I think eventually I could end up using it more than Tweetbot. Just isn’t quite there yet.

  • By 胡刮刀

    good and more

    1. The language support indicates that the application supports Chinese, but it still does not support it so far. I hope to fix this problem as soon as possible. 2. The tweet translation function is very good. I hope to set the automatic translation of global tweets, or add translation options in the left or right swipe. 3. There is not an intuitive visual feedback when sending a tweet. I don't know whether I sent it successfully or not. 4. When multi-column layout on ipad, every time you open the application, the left column is there, you need to manually slide left, hoping to remember the last layout settings. 5. Regardless of whether it is a picture or a video, it is cropped at the same ratio. I hope to display the original ratio (especially the video). The click logic of the video hopes to refer to the full-screen playback of the official client. The picture uses the waterfall stream or the official client. 6. Poor fluency (compared to the smoothness when using appstore), and sometimes crashes (tweet, pull-down refresh, horizontal and vertical screen (ipad), left swipe left sidebar, etc.)

  • By Jslee14

    A Twitter Client With Taste

    When an app like this comes along you always expect a standard of what it does, this app far exceeds that standard. Avery really brings a whole bag of features and improvements and even small touches around the UX that brings a smile on my face. From the haptics to the “feel” of the app I really love it. For me personally I find it hard to use 3rd party apps because of the companies that treat them as second class citizens and the API have many limitations that nerf apps like this from working with a full feature set. I love supporting developers that take that leap of faith and sink god knows how many hours to make a product like this. Yes it has it faults but everything does. I give this app 5 stars because for what it is and by a small team of people and all these limitations this is a fantastic app with great experiences.

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