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The official Twitter app will allow you to keep using one of the most extensive social networks of the time in any place and at any moment, as long as you are connected to the Internet.

From the app’s main page you can carry out all the usual functions of Twitter: Follow and Unfollow other users, tweet, retweet, etc.

The main advantage of using the Twitter app instead of going straight to the website is the greater ease of use that comes with receiving constant notifications in the notifications bar on your Android device. Furthermore, the differences in functionality are practically priceless.
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