Written by Shihab Mehboob
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.
Latest Version: 1.1.44
Rated 3.9/5 By 592 People
- 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
- Can't see my feed in a widget
- Lots of bugs that are being ignored
- Cares more about insignificant new features than fixing bugs
- Timeline doesn't remember where I was
What does Aviary - for Twitter do? Aviary is a beautiful Twitter client built with iOS design guidelines in mind. It's simple enough to pick up and use immediately, and powerful enough to tweak it just the way you want. The delightful interface is coupled with extensive features that feel the part on your device, whilst elevating your Twitter experience.
WHY YOU'LL LOVE AVIARY:
Browse Twitter without the distractions of promoted tweets or ads. Use filters to hide tweets containing keywords, users, media, quotes, retweets, tweets above or below certain thresholds, regular expressions, and more. Tweak app icons, tints, gestures, tweet appearances, and much more with the extensive list of settings options.
Quickly view lists, set custom tabs, change accounts, respond to tweets, share content, and more using gestures and context menus. Siri Shortcuts, Share Extensions, iMessage Stickers, and Widgets means that the fun doesn't stop when you leave the app.
- Browse Twitter in chronological order without the distractions of promoted tweets or ads
- Beautiful iOS-centric UI
- Universal app (one-time purchase to get it on iPhone, iPad, Watch, and Windows)
- Widgets to display timeline feeds and latest tweets on your home screen
- Multiple scrollable columns on iPad
- Compose tweets with media, GIFs, ASCII character faces, drawings, and more
- Delete and edit tweets
- Powerful tweet filters (words, hashtags, users, media, quoted content, retweets, tweets above or below certain thresholds, regular expressions, sentiment, and more)
OTHER EXCITING FEATURES:
- Context menus across the app to quickly perform actions
- Hashflags support
- View polls
- View pinned tweets
- List creation and browsing support
- Trends and search support
- Extensive profile actions, including adding private notes to remember details about the respective user
- In-app Instagram media and YouTube playback
- Share tweets as images (with fine-tuning)
- Intuitive gestures (swipe tweets, long-press tweets and tab bar items, pinch the screen to screenshot, and more)
- Siri Shortcuts to perform quick actions
- Biometric app lock
- Text and image text translations
- Autoplaying timeline videos
- Fetch-based push notifications for mentions and replies
- Drag and Drop tweet and media support
- Extensive keyboard shortcuts and trackpad support
- Custom app icons and themes to tweak the app to your liking
- Dark mode and high-contrast backgrounds
- Watch app to browse and post tweets
- Share Extension to post tweets and media
- Action Extension to open Twitter links in the app
- iMessage Stickers
- Accessibility labels, dynamic font sizing, and VoiceOver support
- Haptics and alerts
- iCloud sync
GET IN TOUCH:
If you have any questions or feedback, please get in touch. Aviary was created by an incredibly small team of one and I'd love to hear your thoughts. I'm available through Twitter @JPEGuin.
Download and Install Aviary - for Twitter
Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.
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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.
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!
Good start but needs help
I think this is a great app from a design perspective. Unfortunately there are too many bugs or things that just don’t work right.
Links often don’t match what they should, and sometimes you can watch the link change in the tweet to something unrelated right before your eyes. Very odd. You may tap a link and get something completely different.
If you share a tweet through iMessage, more often than not the tweet doesn’t actually share, it just sends a blank message.
I can’t figure out how to view the tweet that is being retweeted. Sometimes I can tap on it and it takes me to that tweet, sometimes absolutely nothing happens. Same thing for tweets in the timeline. Sometimes tapping on a tweet takes me to a completely different tweet.
And the thing that is most infuriating, when you open the app, it shows the tweets you were viewing last time, not the newest tweets. On the iPad, tapping the “Feed” tab takes you to the top, but this doesn’t work on the iPhone. You have to tap the top of the screen.
Great idea for an app, but it really doesn’t work as it should. Hopefully over time it will mature. But, this was released before it was ready, leaving us paying customers as beta testers.
Nice design, but buggy overall
I purchased this app with hopes of replacing TweetBot but unfortunately failed to replace it.
This app works great while it works but sometimes fails to refresh the timeline (which can be ‘fixed’ by completely restarting the app), spontaneously restarts the in-line video playback in the middle (and sometimes locks up itself in the video preview interface, with no response to the touch, keyboard input), does not sync timeline position with other iOS/PC devices, displays wrong picture (or link) when the preview is touched in the timeline.
The app does get many bug fixes and features updates (sometimes multiple times a day), but I decided to use the other app while the bugs are polished here.
Developer, please fix critical bugs before implementing more features.
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.