One of the leading Twitter apps in the Play Store, Plume, is joining the small list of apps that have been updated to work with Android 4.2's lock screen widget functionality. In this latest update -- version 4.70 -- users can add the regular Plume widget to the lock screen, with full support for scrolling, buttons and responses. It looks and acts exactly as the home screen version does. These kinds of widgets are actually one of the few that may actually be considered useful on the lock screen, and we're glad they've chosen to incorporate it.

There are a group of quick fixes as part of the update as well, including fixes for DM (direct message) display, issues with the Facebook timeline not loading and unread list items appearing multiple times. If you're interested in trying out a Twitter client with lock screen widgets, take a look at Plume via the Google Play Store link above.

There are 12 comments

Byzantium says:

Twicca and Falcon are better clients.

Falcon doesn't give you the overview, and the flow of Plume. And Twicca is an ugly app

tailsthecat3 says:

Fail. Just like plume after version 2.64.

tailsthecat3 says:

Twicca, yes. Only this version though.

Thing342 says:

Where can I get that wallpaper? It's nice.

That was also my first thought when I saw the picture!

dcarpenter85 says:

Must have this wallpaper. Anyone have a link?

ewandroid says:

yahh please please please where can i get the wallpaper??

You can check it out here:

MDE1122 says:

Which other apps have good lock screen widgets??

Couple of widget/clock apps have been updated, and a couple twitter clients. that's it right now.

dbolot1 says:

Could you post a link to this wallpaper please?