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Falcon Pro 2.0 adds multi-account support, new color theme [Hands-On]

Posted In News - By AndroidPress on Thursday, June 6th, 2013 With No Comments »

Falcon Pro v2.0 was released in beta form a short while back and it looks like there must not have been many issues. Or in other words, Falcon Pro v2.0 has since ditched the beta tag and come available for any and all. The app is available by way of the Google Play Store where has arrived with some new features, a new color, a new look and more.


This update is free for those who have previously purchased the app and otherwise, new users will need to shell out $1.96 to become a Falcon Pro user. Diving into the new features and perhaps the biggest addition is the multiple account support. Those looking to get started with multiple accounts will need to tap the menu icon in the upper left hand corner and from that point — tap on your current account and click the “Add Account” option.


From here you simply need to follow the prompt and login using your other Twitter account username and password. Otherwise, another notable addition will be the new flat design UI and the additional theme. This latest theme is available in black and it bring the total up to three with the others being white and grey. You can change your themes by heading to the Settings and then tapping Display and Theme. All three colors can be seen in the images sitting below.


Otherwise, Falcon Pro v2.0 has also arrived with an option to swipe between columns and some transition animations. The one catch with those two items — they require Android 3.0 or later. Finally, there was also some unspecified bug fixes and improvements included. All said and done, another nice update has arrived for Falcon Pro users. If nothing else, this could be enough to convince those who were holding out due to the lack of multiple account support.

Looking back, this is just one of a few notable Falcon Pro updates that has arrived in recent history. Back in early May there was an update that added some new features and customization options and back in late April Falcon Pro users were given an offline mode.

SOURCE: Google Play Store

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