Twitterific 5 update adds iPhone 6, 1Password support

Twitterific 5 has been updated with support for some iOS 8 features and the app is now optimized for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus displays. The big new feature is that 1Password Extension is now supported in the browser in iOS 8. Additionally, a number of improvements and bug fixes are also part of the version 5.7.6 update.

Here is the rest of the change log:

  • Streamlined action sheets when used with a single bookmarking service
  • Adjusted and smoothed zooming behavior in the photo viewer
  • Added support for larger display sizes
  • Streamlined authorization with Twitter
  • Compatibility and future-proofing
  • Pasting jpegs and pngs when composing a tweet no longer triggers an error
  • Fixed an issue with untappable links in emails from the in-app browser
  • Fixed an issue with the swipe gesture when composing a tweet
  • Location services permissions now work properly
  • Fixed a number of crashing issues

What do you think of the update?

Chuong H Nguyen
6 Comments
  • Did they add support for LastPass as well or is it only for 1Password. LastPass is the better choice of the two, you get the free mobile app and only pay a small annual fee of $12 for "premium" access unlike 1Password which now charges $10 for IAP, and when they roll out the next update it will be another $10 and so on and so on.
  • When's imore going to update their app? Sent from the iMore App
  • Absolutely stunning on the 6 Plus, great work Icon factory! Sent from the iMore App
  • I didn't have to pay for the premium features but then I purchased the last version. I don't think whatever they charge will add up to $12 a year. Sent from the iMore App
  • Does this mean if I click a link for a site that I have a password saved it will pull it from 1Password? Sent from the iMore App
  • And yet Tweetbot is still stuck on pre-ios7 design on the iPad.....
    --side note, who is going to be the 1st Twiiter dev to take advantage of widgets & implicate "tweet from notification bar" like we used to have before iOS 7????