Twitter for iPhone is Updated and Brings Back Great Features

Twitter for iPhone is Updated and Brings Back Great FeaturesTo few is alien to its update to version 4.0, Twitter ruined quite official iPhone application, the old (and wonderful) Tweetie. Although many thought it was just what the company wanted to do with their application and had turned a deaf ear to complaints from users has heard some of them and tried the fix in the update that is available on the App Store and with changes aplicacan is only the iPhone that was the big hit, not the iPad.

The most important of them, and I personally was missing most is the famous ‘slide to reply’ that made so famous Tweetie for long and it almost became his trademark. Now he’s back, but the animation and appearance is not as colorful as before but including the same access and usability mostly the same , which is what was most needed. Also have improved some aspects of messages, such as a button to mark all as read and added to the inexplicably absent function to check if someone was following you or not. This is the complete list of changes:

  • Push to access the most common actions is back.
  • Copy and paste to individual tweets and profiles.
  • Press for more information about a link (copy, send, mark it to read …)
  • Settings to change the font size.
  • Direct household items improved: slight redesign and button to mark all as read.
  • Show on the other user profile if you follow.
  • When you search for a user is displayed if the account is verified or not
  • Eliminates http:// shortening of tweets.
  • Improved image quality in the detail view.
  • Improvements in accessibility.
  • Many other improvements and bug fixes.

Did you already tried? Now and after the carnage 4.0 Tweetbot I switched to, but I think I’ll give back to an opportunity, the latter interface take me off every time I open the app.


Posted by on February 23, 2012. Filed under Apple, News, Technology. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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