Official Twitter App for iPhone Now Available, Replaces Tweetie
While the app has been visible in the Apple iTunes App store since yesterday, the new Twitter for iPhone app, which is labeled version 3.0 in a nod to the Tweetie 2.0 app it replaces, is now available for download. The app doesn't offer any significant improvements in features or design over the last version of Tweetie. Search has been improved, and now displays Top Tweets, as well as Twitter users, in the search results. The app also now lets users browser Twitter without signing into an account, or you can create an account directly from the Twitter app. Unlike Tweetie 2, Twitter for iPhone is a free download. Tweetie users will find their app replaced with the new version after an app update.
Twitter Unifying iPhone and iPad App UIs
Twitter said it is bridging the gap between its iPhone and iPad applications so users have the same experience no matter which device they pick up. The iPhone and iPad apps were originally developed separately, according to Twitter.
Twitter Adds Landscape Support to iPhone 6 Plus
Twitter updated its iOS application today and the chief new feature is landscape support for the iPhone 6 Plus. Owners of Apple's larger iPhone will now be able to use the app when holding their phone in either portrait or landscape orientation.
Twitter's Periscope App Powers Live Video Streaming
Twitter today released a new application for the iPhone called Periscope. The app lets people broadcast live video to their Twitter followers.
Twitter Overhauls Android App with Material Design
Twitter today revealed a redesigned mobile app for Android devices. The new user interface, which relies heavily on Google's Material Design, should be simpler to use.
Twitter Lite is an Efficient New Web App
Twitter today launched Twitter Lite, an new version of its mobile web site that acts like a full mobile app but is designed for markets with slow and/or expensive data service. The web app uses the latest features of Google Chrome for Android to offer app-like features, such as push notifications, an offline mode, and a home screen icon.
Really happy they didn't dumb it down to bring it on par with the Android version
I'm glad Twitter didn't "dumb it down" to bring it on par with the Android version for a more "consistent user experience."
So now, how do you reply to someone message while still including their original comment in the tweet??
Echofon makes it so easy, I'm not sure I'll be switching yet.