Twitterrific 5 is here

Twitterrific 5 is out (well, in countries where it is December 6th), and wow was IconFactory right when it said the design was completely revamped. It isn’t currently available in the US App Store, but that should be changing anytime now. I personally am a fan of the minimalistic look to it, and will be purchasing it later today. I love how it has customizations, that should be nice. Also I’m looking forward to trying out the multiple account support, as I run two different accounts. Look for a review to be up later this week. Here is the full iTunes release notes:

• Universal app for iPhone and iPad
• All-new, fresh user interface
• Optimized for smooth, fast performance
• Unified, color-coded timeline for easy reference
• Customizable theme control
– Dark/Light themes
– Choice of font & font sizes
– Avatar size
– Line spacing
– Brightness control
• In-app tweet type notifications (Mentions & DM’s)
• VoiceOver support
• Easy account switching
• Pull to refresh
• Powerful gestures for quick control
• Supports Twitter picture service
• Attach and view location on tweets
• Native RT & RT with Comment
• People search
• Discussion view
• Threaded DM view
• Pinnable sidebar (iPad version)
• Automatic switch to Dark theme at night
• Timeline syncing using iCloud or Tweet Marker
• Read-it-later using Instapaper & Pocket
• Translates tweets into your own language
• Advanced gap detection
• Offline support for posting, favoriting & following

If you are interested, keep a lookout in your local App Store, and let us know when you get it!

What do you think? Like the redesign? Looking forward to trying it out? Let us know in the comments, or tweet me @TiP_Kyle.

 

Via: iDownloadBlog

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  • http://nstpictures.com/ Jimmy Broadwa

    The articles you have on your website are always so enjoyable to read. Good work and I will be returning often.

  • http://www.salle-de-bain-pas-chere.fr/ Leeanna Pippin

    Also I’m looking forward to trying out the multiple account support, as I run two different accounts