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Better Late Than Never: Twitterrific Adds Support For In-App Profile Editing

Better Late Than Never: Twitterrific Adds Support For In-App Profile Editing

October 14, 2013
Twitterrific has just received its second follow-up update since its big iOS 7 update about a month ago. On the same day as the official launch of iOS 7, the popular iOS Twitter client developed by The Iconfactory was updated with a superb redesign for the new operating system. A couple of weeks later, it received an update that added support for the iPhone 5s' A7 64-bit processor, along with other improvements and bug fixes. This time, the latest update to Twitterrific also delivers improvements and bug fixes. Most notably, though, it finally adds support for profile editing right within the app. Profile editing is, of course, supported in the free official app of Twitter. Also, it has long been a feature of Tweetbot, arguably the closest competitor of Twitterrific in the paid Twitter app space. Nevertheless, it's nice to finally see this function integrated into Twitterrific, which has long been my Twitter client of choice. To edit your profile in Twitterrific, just go to your profile in the app and tap the new Edit Profile option. You're then able to to crop and upload images for your avatar and header, as well as edit your name, website, location, and bio. The latest update to Twitterrific also brings the following improvements and bug fixes:
  • Performance enhancements when scrolling and loading the timeline
  • Improved application launch time
  • Timeline no longer always jumps to marker when loading more tweets
  • Addressed various crash-on-launch issues
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. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]

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