It's been almost a decade since Twitter purchased TweetDeck, the third-party client with its multi-column interface that focuses on glanceability and speed above everything else. It used to have an Android app of its own, but it was sunset all the way back in 2013 because Twitter wanted to focus on the desktop version. Enter 2021, and Japanese developer HiSubway has created a third-party client that adds TweetDeck to your Android phone: MarinDeck.
Other than that, you can do almost anything that's available in the regular web version. You can add and remove columns, send tweets, search, write and read direct messages, and so on. The only thing I haven't spotted so far was an option to reorder columns, which is done via drag-and-drop on the desktop.
Since MarinDeck relies on displaying a tweaked web view rather than Twitter's third-party API, we assume that the app shouldn't run into the pesky token limit for logins. Provided that Twitter doesn't take offense at this workaround, MarinDeck should be available for everyone indefinitely.
The Play Store listing currently still says that MarinDeck only supports Japanese, but almost all necessary English translations have been added with the latest update. I've only run into a few remaining untranslated strings in the theme settings.