Well, yes. Ladies and gentlemen, meet… Robird for Twitter ($1.99), by Aaplab LLC. The newest kid in town! Although at version 2.1.1 in March 2014, it’s still a young app. I suppose “Ro” comes from “Rossia” (Россия), but the developer lives in Baku, Azerbaijan. A bit inspired by Tweedle, but with elements from Twidere as well, Robird might still have a few missing features, but it should satisfy most users with its no-nonsense approach. There is no free version to try, but the APK for version 2.0 (December 2013) can be found illegally on various sites. Since version 2.1, a valid license is required, and the app has been redesigned (improved UI, tablet mode, RT timeline, trending topics). Supports push notifications (for mentions and DM), streaming, TwitLonger and… the Pebble smartwatch. Does not support multiple accounts.
It’s a very fast and stable app, and it already has its fans, being listed e.g. in Best alternative Twitter apps for Android and iOS (PhoneArena), in Les 5 meilleurs clients Twitter pour Android (FrAndroid). Here’s a video review of version 2.1 beta. Unless Twidere stops crashing after updating a timeline, people in quest of a clean, flat UI should rather try Robird instead of Talon, Carbon, or Falcon — heck, Talon is wasting so much space around each tweet that I can’t understand how so many people are praising such a poor design! Requires Android 4.0+.
Frankly, version 2.1.1 is at the same time better (more features) and worse than version 2.0. In the above image, the leftmost screenshot shows Robird 2.0, while the others display Robird 2.1.1 — with the default dark theme and with “Image preview size” set to “Big”. The need to open the side menu in order to change the list is a bit annoying. Otherwise, it looks rather swell.
I don’t know whether the limit of 100,000 access tokens would eventually affect this app too — I remember that the development of Tweet Lanes stopped after Twitter introduced his stupid policy, but the it resumed as an open-source app, but with no explanation about the token limit.