Twitterrific 5 update brings refreshed interface, new Today view, and more

Twitterrific 5 update brings refreshed interface, new Today view, and more

Twitterrific has just received an update that brings with it a new Today view section that shows all your most recent mentions, followers, and more. The update also brings with it some nice visual enhancements to both the overall interface as well as the fonts and menus. If anything, it appears to be taking some cues from iOS 7 which is scheduled to be released this fall.

Among other notable features in the update are improvements to the photo viewer that will automatically maximize images to the screen size. Replying to multiple users will now highlight all users that are added for quick deletion as well.

If you're already using Twitterrific 5, you'll want to grab the update as it also brings with it performance enhancements and quite a few bug fixes.

Allyson Kazmucha

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safichi says:

Allyson, the today sections doesn't show your mentions, only new followers, your tweets retweeted and your tweets tha have been favorited.

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Jaguarr40 says:

Very good update Allyson. i am hooked on this app and have been since you and Rene introduced it to our members on the blog side. Thank you one again fora good review and update and i am installing the update now.

JNGold says:

I have tried T5 a couple of times and always wind up going back to Tweetbot. Tweetbot supports iCloud syncing of timeline position (as does T5), but surpasses T5, syncing direct reply read status and DM read status. Since I use Twitter on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac the proper sync of all these statuses make my experience on each of the aforementioned devices so much better.

david_fabian says:

I have used several other Twitter clients, but I haven't tried Twitterific 5. Can any Twitterific users out there comment about the menu placement at the top of the screen rather than the bottom like many other clients? I would think the top placement would make it harder to reach the controls. Also, where are lists accessed?