Twitterrific, which is my Twitter client of choice, has just received another notable update.
When iOS 7 was officially launched a couple of weeks ago, Twitterrific was also redesigned (to terrific effect) for the latest iteration of Apple’s mobile operating system. Now, the popular universal iOS Twitter app has been updated primarily to add support for the new A7 64-bit processor, which is built into Apple’s recently released flagship handset, the iPhone 5s.
In addition, the latest update to Twitterrific delivers improved responsiveness of the sidebar screen edge gesture, various performance enhancements, and the following bug fixes:
- Fixes for various crashes when opening the app and posting a tweet
- Full profile visible for protected users you follow who don’t follow you back
- Fixed a bug where the sidebar toolbar wouldn’t appear in landscape on iPad
- Fixed an issue where the Readability mobilizer couldn’t be turned off
- iOS autocomplete no longer triggered during username autocomplete
- Flickr images now load properly in the in-app photo viewer
- Position marker displayed on muffled tweets
The new version of Twitterrific is available now in the App Store as a free update or as a new $2.99 download. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 7.0 or later.
The newly updated app also features several cosmetic improvements, including a smooth fading effect for theme switching, themed backgrounds for pull actions on tweets, and miscellaneous tweaks to theme colors.