• Twitterific iOS App Gets Updated With Quoted Tweets, UI Improvements, and More

    On Thursday, the popular Twitterific 5 Twitter client for iOS received an update that improves the feature set of the application, as well as adds improvements to the user interface of the application so that it's easier to use and understand.

    Among some of the newest features are the ability to quote Tweets that you want to Retweet by tapping and holding on the Retweet button, the ability to hide or show the tab bar at the bottom of the iPhone application, improved in-app notification banners so that they're easier to see and interact with, and support for Emoji and quick reply on the Apple Watch.

    Moreover, this update adds a long list of improvements and bug fixes, which are outlined in the new change log. We've included the list for you below:


    Increased the number of tweets loaded when tapping the Load More button
    Selecting a tweet refreshes its current Fav/RT count
    Added support for creating muffle rules in search and user timelines
    Additional checks to prevent unrequested redirects from the in-app browser
    Streamlined activation process for push notifications

    Apple Watch: Various UI tweaks and refinements
    - Increased button hit target sizes
    - Improved use of text wrapping
    - Increased contrast

    Apple Watch: Various performance enhancements
    - Glance view loading times decreased
    - Automatic dismissal after posting a tweet successfully
    - Improved Voiceover labels on record and post buttons


    Imgur links are no longer broken
    Links to custom Twitter timelines now open in the browser
    Fixed some cases where the wrong smart quote was being used
    Fixed a crash when opening the photo attachment sheet
    Fixed an issue with reinserting URLs when deleting and editing a tweet
    Fixed issues when emailing tweets containing HTML
    Fixed various visual glitches in the timeline
    Existing users of Twitterific 5 will find this update waiting for them under the Updates tab in the App Store application. If automatic updates is enabled, then it will be installed for you automatically without the need to intervene. Alternatively, you can download the latest version of Twitterific 5 for free from this App Store link.

    Sources: App Store
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Twitterific iOS App Gets Updated With Quoted Tweets, UI Improvements, and More started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
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