Twitter 2.1 Beta for BlackBerry Adds Multiple Accounts
Dec 7, 2011, 8:45 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Research In Motion has release a new beta of Twitter version 2.1 to registered members of its Beta Zone proving grounds. Twitter 2.1 adds several key features, chief among them support for multiple Twitter accounts. According to RIM, the application supports up to five Twitter accounts per device and users can easily switch between them via the settings tools. It lets users cross-post tweets and retweets from one account to another without switching the current account view, and provides notifications of new mentions/messages. In order to view all the tweets from all five Twitter accounts at the same time, however, users will have to switch to RIM's Social Feeds application. The beta application is free to download and use.
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