This Is The Best-Looking Twitter App We've Seen So Far

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You can take your pick of pretty much every Twitter client on the market, and odds are it’ll look pretty similar — a chronological feed laid out vertically.

Except for Twheel, that is.

Twheel is a new Twitter client that lays all your Tweets out in a circle that’s easily navigated at the bottom of the screen.

Surprisingly, it’s even more intuitive than most normal Twitter clients. You just have to move your thumb a little bit to Retweet or favourite any of the Tweets, and it’s easy to compose a quick Tweet.

You can download the app for free here.

We took the app for a quick run, and we like what we see so far.

Bam! Here we go.

Here's the tutorial page, but already it shows some promise. Enough of that, though, let's get on to the app...

...which looks like this, for the most part. Each of those little bars coming out from the circle represents a Tweet.

As you move your thumb around, the icons become larger. Every time you thumb over a new icon, the Tweet appears up top.

... to bring up the menu for typing out a quick Tweet.

... which will take you back to the last screen.

From your home screen you can access all your relevant timelines — like retweets and favourites.

Once new Tweets arrive, a button shows up on the bottom right. Thumb over to that..

...and it'll refresh your screen with the latest Tweets.

That button in the bottom right appears once you scroll to later Tweets, which resets the wheel.

If you swipe your thumb out from the Tweet, it'll favourite it right away.

To get more information about a Tweet, just tap it...

...and you'll get access to a bunch of other interactions too, like direct messages and replies.

Again, tap the big orange button to return home. Those little white bars near the circle grow larger for each part of the wheel as a Tweet gets passed around more.

Here's the kicker: it looks like there will be in-app features that you can buy coming soon.

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