Unlike other Twitter apps that look like they were developed even before the existence of Google’s three-year-old Holo design theme, Fenix’s design has been updated to Google’s latest theme, Material design. This app gives users enhanced control over the look and feel, with the option to use one of three different themes: light, dark, or black. And, users have complete control over the colour scheme.
While these are nice design features, Fenix’s best features are those which give you complete control over your timeline. One such feature that one may find handy are the mute filters. With mute filters one has the ability to choose not to see tweets that contain a certain phrase.
So, if one hates basketball, they can completely remove all tweets from your timeline that contain “NBA,” “NBA Finals,” or “basketball.” Another Fenix feature that improves one’s experience is the ability to hide direct messages and favorited tweets. Having the ability to save space and completely remove a superfluous function of Twitter is greatly appreciated.
Perhaps, Fenix’s best feature is its stability. One of the primary reasons one may refuse to use Twitter’s own app on Android is that it is notoriously buggy.