The Talon Twitter client has glided up to version 2.0, and it has quite a lively changelog trapped within its claws. The list is too long to fully dive into (no seriously, look at this thing), but here are a few of the highlights. The app now has a floating compose button, which you can see tucked in the bottom right corner of the first screenshot below. In the compose window that pops up, users have the new ability to post from different accounts. There's also a new bar widget, transparent widget themes, and a healthy helping of new app animations.

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Version 2.0 also shows pictures, mentions, and favorites on profile pages. Here's our very own Twitter page.

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What's new:

  • Talon Pull overhaul
  • Floating compose button
  • Discover main drawer element
  • Pictures, mentions, and favorites on profiles
  • Animations
  • Post from different accounts on compose window
  • Tons of widget options and a new bar widget
  • View retweeters of a tweet
  • Much more here

If you don't have the app installed, feel free to snag it in the Play Store below. As for the people upgrading, note, transitioning could take a while, especially if you've saved a ton of tweets. There's a great deal of cleanup to do.

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To see the remaining new features, hit up the blog post or Google+ link below.

Talon 2.0 changelog: Blog Post, Google+