Twitter is for posting tweets, not for reading them. Until now, that is.\n\tI love Twitter. But, let's face it, it\u2019s a bit disorganized\u2014a ceaseless stream of 140-character-or-less posts from all sorts of characters on all types of subjects. For simple browsing, it\u2019s a bit too much, and after a few minutes, I usually move on to something less chaotic.\n\tSlices for Twitter, a new and free Twitter client for iOS and Android, aims to tame the raging micro-blogging river. Developer OneLouder Apps claims Slices is the first app that lets you browse Twitter by categories, or "slices." You can create slices for the topics that matter most to you, such as "Tech & Science" or "Business & Money." The app does a nice job of grouping the Twitter accounts you follow into categories. (Those who tweet about multiple subjects usually are grouped into more than one category, at least in my experience.) Suddenly, Twitter doesn\u2019t seem so overwhelming.\n\tSlices for Twitter has other tricks, too. An Explore feature helps you discover other Twitter accounts you might like, which are grouped into 21 categories such as "News," "Local," and "Humor." There\u2019s a tab for "Live Events," too, which means you\u2019ll never miss the Discovery Channel\u2019s Shark Week Twitter action again. (Is it me or is every week Shark Week on the Discovery Channel?)\n\tThe app also features Bookmarks so you can "bookmark" favorite Twitter streams and lists for quick viewing. There\u2019s also a slice.me website, where you can sync your slices between the Web and your smartphone. But as of this writing, the feature isn\u2019t available yet.\n\tSlices for Twitter isn\u2019t just for tweet consumption; it\u2019s also for creating them. And in this regard, it\u2019s perfectly fine but really doesn\u2019t bring anything new to the party. There are more robust Twitter clients for tweeting, such as Twitter\u2019s own iOS and Android apps and, my personal favorite, HootSuite for iOS and Android.\n\tOne complaint: The free version of Slices for Twitter features cheesy ads at the bottom of the screen. However, you can upgrade to the "pro" version for $5, which removes the ads. It might be worth the money. After all, now that you can finally navigate the disorganized Twitter stream, why ruin it with ads for dental services?