Tweetbot - A Twitter Client with Personality has just updated to version 1.6 and with it, brings Tweetmarker support. Tweetmarker is a service that marks the last read tweet in your timeline so that it can be synced between other Twitter clients.
Since its release, Tweetbot has been my favorite Twitter client on the iPhone. Tweetmarker is a great addition to the app and I look forward to what future updates may bring.
Twitterrific for iPhone and iPad has been updated with Tweet Marker, a new feature that syncs timeline positions across all versions.
This new feature makes me really excited! To me, it's a no-brainer for developers to include this ability with their Twitter apps and I look forward to it becoming the norm. Now if Twitterrific would just add native push notifications, it'd be pretty darn close to perfect.
TweetFire - a Twitter client with Speed and Push Notifications - is now available for iPhone.
TweetFire was built with speed and performance in mind. Are you tired of other clients that take forever to load and try to download all of your data at once? TweetFire is perfect for you! Fast loading and smart refreshing means that you can navigate Twitter at lightning speed.
A unique interface giving you shortcuts to all your favorite views in Twitter.
Shortcuts for Home Timeline, Mentions, DMs, Favorites, New Search, and User Profile view
Add more shortcuts for User Timelines, Searches, and Lists
NATIVE PUSH NOTIFICATIONS for mentions and other Tweeps you want to follow in real-time.
A comprehensive URL scheme so other apps can interact with TweetFire
Flickr integration for posting pictures and tweeting them
A bunch of other photo sharing providers
Instapaper for saving links to tweets and urls
Kik Messenger for sharing tweets and urls with other Kik users
Deep Favstar.fm integration for viewing Favstar pages and awarding "Tweet of the Day"
Other sharing options for Facebook, Pinboard, Read It Later, Email, SMS, etc.
Save Tweet and DM as Draft, with images
One tap search
One tap user profile view
Quickly add users to lists
Add other people's public lists to your home screen
TweetFire is available on the iPhone for free. Screenshots after the break.
Reportage was WhereCloud's insanely creative iPhone Twitter app that let users "tune in" to other users' timeline -- like a radio station for tweets. I say was because Twitter's swerve away from the developer friendliness that helped them build their platform and their rapid acceleration into ownership plays that may -- or may not -- help them ensure its future has led WhereCloud to stop development.
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