MetroTwit is an easy to use Twitter client that features an interface inspired by the Windows 8 Metro style. It looks simple because it is simple. MetroTwit is proudly just a Twitter client and brings out the best Twitter has to offer with simple yet intuitive features. If you’re a Twitter power user, then MetroTwit could be worth checking out.

  • Infinite scrolling - If you ever want to read more tweets, just scroll down and more will appear almost instantly.
  • URL shortening and previews - Take control of links with an intuitive URL shortener that automatically saves you space and time tweeting.
  • Autocomplete for usernames & hashtags - The people and topics you care about, at your fingertips. Simply start typing any part of a username or hashtag and we'll find them for you.
  • Resizable and reorderable columns - Not all columns must be created equal. You have the choice and flexibility to control exactly how your columns should look.

Download: MetroTwit | 425 KB (Free, paid upgrade available)
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Still slow. For instance, when clicking the list button, then click outside of the list to cancel, then stare at greyed out screen while it works out how to achieve... nothing.

Adding columns is cumbersome. Click lists, wait... click individual list item, wait... Click the Pin icon, wait even longer... *List closes*... Click Lists again.. ARRRRRGGGGHHH!!!!!

What's wrong with check boxes, so you can add more than one list at a time? Thus avoiding the needless back and forth, and also swerving the long pauses in the process. And stay checked so I can see at a glance in future, which lists I do and don't currently have pinned.

Still a memory hog, 530MB compared to "old" TweetDecks 150MB with a similar amount of columns in play. In fact, quite a few less columns than TweetDeck.

Layout is horrible when you have lots columns. Bunched up text with loads of wasted white space under each avatar, which if used, would go a long way to fixing said issue.

It's nice that you can drag columns around so easily. TweetDeck fails there, hard, having you repeatedly click and chase a button across the screen. tf is up with that?

Enormous amount of wasted space at the bottom of the app.

At least it doesn't crash any more, not that it matters, I won't be using it I'm afraid, not in it's current form anyway.