Twitterrific: Tweet Your Way

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Description of App

Twitterrific is the award-winning, elegant Twitter client that’s easy to understand and a delight to use. Tweeting has never been simpler or so much fun!

Browse Twitter free from the clutter of promoted tweets. Easily search for the perfect GIF or meme when composing tweets. Use Muffles to hide tweets containing words, phrases, people and hashtags from the timeline that you don't want to see. Customize fonts, appearances, image thumbnails and more via the theme panel. Quickly respond to tweets, change accounts or view conversation threads with a minimum of effort using gestures. Rich media support means GIFs and videos play right in the timeline.

Robust VoiceOver support means Twitterrific is fully accessible. Extensive keyboard shortcuts make Twitterrific a breeze to use with an external keyboard.


• Browse Twitter free from the clutter of promoted tweets and second-guessing algorithms

• Chronological timelines that present ALL tweets in the order you expect

• Syncs your reading position automatically across iPhone & iPad using iCloud

• Add image descriptions to attached media to make your tweets more accessible

• Effortlessly delete and edit your tweets to quickly fix typos or mistakes

• Quickly search GIPHY for that perfect, hilarious GIF or funny meme

• Muffles - Hide unwanted words, phrases, hashtags, users & more

• Center Stage - Media-centric timeline that puts images front & center

• Theming - Customize themes, fonts, home screen icons, text sizes & more

• Automatically change themes at night or whenever the system switches

• Universal app for iPhone & iPad with portrait & landscape support for both

• Open as many windows as you want on iPad

• Intuitive gestures makes browsing and tweeting more fun than ever

• Best-in-class VoiceOver support for award-winning accessibility

• Multi-image support and autoplaying of GIF's & videos right in the timeline

• List management support

• External keyboard support

For a complete list of Twitterrific features, visit for more information!


An optional auto-renewing monthly or yearly subscription is available which eliminates banner ads and subscription prompts. Payments will be charged to your App Store Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscriptions are automatically renewed unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the subscription period. Accounts will be charged for subscription renewals within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. Subscriptions may be managed by going to your Account Settings after purchase.

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Accessibility Comments

Very accessible and easy to use.

VoiceOver Performance

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling

All buttons are clearly labeled.


The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver and is easy to navigate and use.

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21 people have recommended this app

Most recently recommended by Michael Hansen 1 year 1 month ago



Submitted by Blind I Am on Friday, April 22, 2011

I've just downloaded the update to version 4.1, and this has major accessibility problems.

The timeline is now mostly inaccessible. You cannot swipe into or through the timeline. Tapping anywhere on the timeline will have VoiceOver read the text from the line that you happen to have tapped on, but nothing more. You will not be able to swipe to read anything more.

Submitted by AppleVis on Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

The latest update to Twitterrific specifically mentions VoiceOver fixes in its release notes, and I have to say that I am really impressed with how the app now works.

It doesn't have all the features of TweetList, but I do find it more intuitive and generally easier to use. The interface is fairly minimal, whilst a double-tap on a tweet brings up a menu of every available action.

I like the way that VoiceOver reads tweets as you flick through your timeline. It tells me everything I want to know about the tweet, in the order I would like it. I particularly like that it states when a tweet is part of a conversation.

Like TweetList, it does not support push notifications, so you would need to use an app such as Boxcar to manage these.

Someone mentioned Twitterrific, and being the twitter nut I am, I had to give this one a go. I already have Echofon and Tweetlist pro, so why not try another one? I must say, I'm impressed with this one. Like previous people have said, I like the fact that you're told when a tweet is part of a conversation. It also plays the same sound that you might hear when using Boxcar. The first time I heard the sound, I was a bit surprised! The only thing that might put some users off at first is that when you're browsing tweets, the compose button is at the bottom of the screen, and you don't have the usual tabs like home, mentions, dm's or messages as some apps call them, or search. To get to these, you first have to double tap the back button at the top of the screen, and you'll then be able to get to these different parts of the app. Overall, it's a really nice one, and it's been largely overlooked due to its previously being a bit unusable with VoiceOver. i'm glad to say it's usable now so anyone looking for an interesting twitter app, give this one a look. You will get some adds, but these can be gotten rid of if you go premium.

Submitted by Cory K on Wednesday, August 15, 2012

I use this app all the time because of it's simple interface, and the fact that it tells you when a tweet did or didn't post. thanks to @HLLF on twitter, I love it.

Submitted by AnonyMouse on Friday, October 5, 2012

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Listening from other Twitter users. We can all say we love Tweetlist but Twitterrific is right up there for me. I really like this client quite a bit. I'm in agreement this is overlooked by so many Twitter client reader. For being FREE you can't not try it at least. I really do like this very much!

Submitted by Gerardo on Saturday, November 3, 2012

In reply to by AnonyMouse

I'd like to confess that since I've gotten my Iphone 3 months ago, I've gone back and forth among the Oficial Twitter App, TwitList and finally Twitterific. However now I definitely stay with Twitterific! Aside from the pros of letting us know when a Tweet has been posted, or Retweet posted or other prompts, the bird sound when tweets arrive is very original! Even better, and the reason why I now use Twitterific, is you can send tweets from anywhere in the app! Suppose I'm in the Message area (where one sees Direct Messages) and I want to tweet something to my general timeline? OK as easy as going to the bottom right of the screen, and there you have the post option! So would you join me in starting tu give Twitterific a try?

Submitted by Clare Page on Saturday, November 3, 2012

Hi! I've already tried Twitterriffic, and I think it's great. I know a lot of blind IOS users are fans of Tweetlist, but Twitterrific is definitely just as accessible as far as I'm concerned. It's true that Twitterrific doesn't have push notifications, which might be a drawback for some people, but for me it isn't, especially as I don't do a huge amount of tweeting from my iPhone: when I do, though, I like to have a good client to do it with, and Twiterrific fits the bill for me.

Submitted by Michael Hansen on Monday, November 19, 2012

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In reply to by Clare Page

I really haven't liked the native Twitter app ever since they introduced promoted tweets and the separate buttons to get to peoples' profiles. So, I've been bouncing between the native client, TweetList, and Twitterrific. I really like Twitterrific because of the notifications one gets when new tweets are loaded/posted/etc. and because of the nice little actions menu that pops up when you double-tap on tweets.

Twitterrific version 5.0 has been released, and it continues to work wonderfully with VoiceOver. It is worth noting that version 4 users will need to search for version 5 in the app store and also pay to upgrade. Below you will find the description in iTunes at the time the app was launched: "Special launch price – 50% off for a limited time ★★★ Twitterrific is the award-winning, fast and elegant Twitter client that’s easy to understand and a delight to use. The unified timeline lets you browse mentions and direct messages from a single view and the new theme panel enables you to tailor the way tweets are displayed. Quickly respond to tweets, change accounts or view conversation threads with minimum effort using gestures. Robust VoiceOver support means Twitterrific is accessible for the hard of seeing on iOS. Tweeting has never been simpler or so much fun. FEATURES • Universal app for iPhone and iPad • All-new, fresh user interface • Optimized for smooth, fast performance • Unified, color-coded timeline for easy reference • Customizable theme control – Dark/Light themes – Choice of font & font sizes – Avatar size – Line spacing – Brightness control • In-app tweet type notifications (Mentions & DM’s) • VoiceOver support • Easy account switching • Pull to refresh • Powerful gestures for quick control • Supports Twitter picture service • Attach and view location on tweets • Native RT & RT with Comment • People search • Discussion view • Threaded DM view • Pinnable sidebar (iPad version) • Automatic switch to Dark theme at night • Timeline syncing using iCloud or Tweet Marker • Read-it-later using Instapaper & Pocket • Translates tweets into your own language • Advanced gap detection • Offline support for posting, favoriting & following" The developers have asked for feedback about the accessibility of Twitterrific 5. It is also worth noting that there are a couple minor issues with VoiceOver support, but that they did make it into the 5.0.1 update.

Submitted by alex wallis on Thursday, December 6, 2012

I just paid for the upgrade to version 5 of this app, one thing I like is the fact that you can keep both this new version of the app and the last v4 version on your phone at the same time. After having installed this new version, I am not so keen on it compared to the old version. I have found several unlabeled buttons in the help menu, I have also found that under settings and sync behaviour there is a button that simply says off checked, with no indication what is actually off. I also found under sync service I can't uncheck the button that says i cloud using the usual double tap on the button. I also find the new sidebar button you have to be quite precise when looking for the button to open it. another thing I have found is that I don't seem to be able to get there instructions to work for clearing the tweet cash, double tapping and holding on my account doesn't seem to do anything. Its also disapointing to see there two finger pull gesture to refresh manually, as if I understand it right this will conflict with VoiceOvers read gesture, and they seem to have got rid of the actual refresh button. I think for the moment I will probably stick with the older version of this app, I would like to contact the developers, but it seems a lot of work to create an account on there forum and create a new topic just to make contact, whatever happened to a proper e mail address? Something else I also can't find is a setting which exists in the older app to change the refresh time so that it checks for updates more frequently. Another setting I would like to see is an option to change the number of api calls the app can use, as at the moment it only seems to be able to use 1 call at a time, whereas on pc clients like the qube this can be changed to let the client download more tweets than just 200 which can be useful if you haven't been on twitter for a few days.

Submitted by AnonyMouse on Thursday, December 6, 2012

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team
Alex, Thanks for finding all of the problems you have faced with the new version. I will personally send this to the folks of Twitterrific on the problems you have found. The team of Twitterrific has encouraged us to report all and any bugs that you find along with any accessible issues that you have come across. They will work hard to ensure these issues will be addrressed and fixed. So send anything you have at: Thanks so much for pointing that out for us and for the team over at Twitterrific this will certainly help them out.

Submitted by Toonhead on Thursday, December 6, 2012

In reply to by AnonyMouse

I, too, much prefer the older interface of the twitterrific app. This new one is just a bit confusing to me and doesn't seem as intuitive. Plus there's no way of determining how often the app refreshes, or at least I haven't found a way of doing that. I don't regret the purchase though, I may come to grips with it eventually, and it may grow on me.

Hi If anyone knows how you can get the content to refresh automatically, we would really love to know please. I like the app. I have been trying to find a good Twitter app for a while as I am now beginning to use the iPad extensively and I like the interface of this app. If there is no way to refresh automatically, how can I refresh the content please using the Apple wireless keyboard? Thanks for any help.

From what I was told while interviewing one of the developers on the AppleVis Extra podcast, one can use the three finger swipe down to refresh the timeline while VoiceOver is on.

Submitted by AnonyMouse on Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

Absolutely, a large minor update to the already wonderful Twitterrific! Large number of bugs being squashed. Improvements in the Voice Over (Thanks a million for that!), and many other things to note.

What's New in Version 5.0.1


• Swiping left or right with two fingers now switches dark and light themes
• Checkmark icons are now displayed for verified users in lists
• Added sound effects to swipe gestures
• An in-app notification is displayed when Dark Theme at Night changes
• Added in-app notification when posting a new tweet or message
• Timelines can now scroll to the marker without displaying it
• A loading bar is now displayed when a picture is taking a long time to load
• Added Pinboard support for bookmarking links and tweets


• Various improvements to VoiceOver
• Toggling the unified timeline setting now updates the screen immediately
• Made the swipe gestures easier to trigger
• The pull-to-refresh control now operates more smoothly
• You can now hit space or tab to auto-complete the first user match
• Lists and searches in the sidebar now refresh periodically
• When you reply to a message, you can now see it in the compose view
• Displaying follower and following lists is now much faster
• App help can now be opened in Safari


• Fixed a problem in the search view when using shake-to-undo
• Fixed a crash caused by closing a conversation thread while it was loading
• You can now send just a photo without any tweet text
• Improved performance in the settings screen
• Emailed and bookmarked tweets now use long URLs
• Added a confirmation dialog when deleting tweets and messages
• Fixed display problems in right-to-left languages, such as Arabic
• Previously uploaded images are no longer attached to other tweets

Submitted by alex wallis on Tuesday, December 11, 2012

In reply to by Blind I Am

shame we don't have the old bird sound back though, the new ound when tweets come in is just two quiet, plus the birds were a nice connection with the name.

Submitted by Adam Morris on Tuesday, December 11, 2012

How can you mark where you are up to when reading tweets in twitterific v5.01?

Hey Adam,


Well, what I do is this. Go to the Settings and find the Sync Behavior. Once in there be sure to select the Scroll to Marker.


Once that is on. Each time you open up Twitterrific. You will hear that it is refreshing. Wait until it says it has finished refreshing.


At this point. It should have automatically scrolled down to the last tweet it had retrieved from Twitter.


So what I do now is just keep flicking to the  left as you will go up towards the newer tweets.


I believe the marker automatically marks your spot by the last tweet it has pulled. Not certain if you can set a marker manually.




Submitted by Maya on Wednesday, December 12, 2012

In reply to by AnonyMouse

Hello. Please does Twitterrific have an option to delete all tweets at once from timeline? Another question is how do you delete a tweet you do not want? Thank you for help.

Submitted by blindgator on Friday, December 14, 2012

In reply to by Blind I Am

How is Twitterrific any different than Tweet List? Is there something I am missing but isn't all of this stuff that you have been able to do in Tweet List for quite awhile? Don't get me wrong, I think it is great to hear that the developers are making so many positive strides with Voiceover compatibility, I am just trying to figure out if I am happy with Tweet List, is this app worth buying? Thanks

Submitted by Andrea Love on Sunday, January 20, 2013

So I downloaded twitterific 5 today and I love it. Just wondering how to see my direct messages though. I go to messages and it says empty list. a friend of mine says that on 4 he had a refresh button but I don't seem to have one. Someone please help. Glad I can use push 4.0 until this is figured out because it's kinda annoying.

Submitted by Michael Hansen on Sunday, January 20, 2013

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

In reply to by Andrea Love

Hi Andrea, This help article on The Iconfactory's website answers your question. Basically...what you need to do is remove your account and re-add it to Twitterrific manually, instead of just adding it automatically from the iOS Twitter integration.

Submitted by Nanda on Monday, January 21, 2013

In reply to by Michael Hansen

I got Twitterrific and i have some questions? First is there an easy way to switch your accounts? Second are you guys going to do a new podcast on this new version since it's different then 4.0? Third once I clicked on the theme just to nose around I couldn't find any back button is there an easy way to get out of there I had To turn voiceover off and guess my way out? If I had to describe this application using only one word that word would be LOVE. I love this app and i have used it for a day

Hello, I just recently bought, and started using the Twitterrific app. Having a few problems with it though, such as big gaps in my timeline. I see tweets in tweetlist that don't show up in Twitterrific. How would I delete my account so that I can re add it manualy? Also how do I add my account manualy? I'm hoping that the soon to be released update to this app will fix these issues for me. Thank you for any help with this!

Hello Nanda and Lisa, The release of v5.0.2 should be coming soon. This should address many of the problems we are having. Especially, the gap with in our timeline. There is a Load button to load more tweets but unfortunetly, we just can't see it but my understanding this will be fixed in the next update. Michael will be doing another podcast on this app when the new release comes out. We wanted to wait until we see more things get fixed. As for the Themes. This is also another area they are continuing to fix. In the v5.0 that was not very accessible friendly but in 5.01 it had improved. We are hoping that in v5.02 will now give us the ability to have a Back button! I'm glad that others found this a new love as for their Twitter Client. As you already know we are also a big fan of the Twitterrific and what they have plan for their future updates will only make this shine. So the keyword I have is patience. When they do roll out those updates and features will no doubt in my mind be the best.

Submitted by Andrea Love on Monday, January 21, 2013

Hey Michael, the instructions you gave me worked. I love this app very much and will continue to use it. I know it still has a few problems but the interface is great.

Submitted by WildmanJoe on Monday, January 21, 2013

In reply to by Andrea Love

So, here's my question. I have just downloaded the twitterific app today, and really like it so far. The problem is that it doesn't seem to have the ability to mute certain clients. For instance, 4 square. Does anyone know if this can be accomplished currently? Thanks.

Submitted by Nanda on Monday, January 21, 2013

Thank you very much for the fast response, and I look forward to the update. All I can say now is I'm using Twitter more then i ever did before

Hello WildmanJoe, You are not alone! I to wanted this ability and just recently ask the team of the Twitterrific on this particular suggestion. At this time the app does not give us the ability to mute anyone. However, they did say that this is on their list of things to do. So we should expect to see this feature in the future updates. This is definetly one of my top wish to see added in their app. They are aware of the wish and want for that Mute ability. So as soon when I hear of any news of it being offered in their release. You can certainlyand will see my posting on it right here.

Submitted by AnonyMouse on Monday, January 21, 2013

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

Lots of new features and new improvements. Fixed several Voice Over issues and the gap between your timelines!

What's New in Version 5.0.2


• Simplified reading mode for the in-app browser using Instapaper or Readability
• Find tweets in all timelines via ‘History’ search (new search tab)
• Image previews are displayed directly in the timeline
• Photo viewer now displays images without a frame


• In-app web browser now uses the entire screen on iPad
• Twitterrific now loads 100 tweets while refreshing or loading more
• New gesture: Tap and hold the RT icon on a tweet to quickly retweet with a comment
• When user avatars are hidden in the timeline, tap on a username to open a profile
• VoiceOver now uses a relative date/time on tweets instead of an absolute one
• Added VoiceOver accessibility to the Load More button
• Searches and Lists in the sidebar are now ordered alphabetically
• Tapping outside of popup navigation on iPad now dismisses view
• Visual improvements to popup navigation and views
• Other minor interface improvements


• Fixed an issue where empty Twitter accounts in iOS Settings could cause a crash
• Adjusted scroll to top area so it’s less likely to be tapped by accident
• Foreign keyboards no longer cover up the bottom of the compose screen
• Fixed a bug that prevented some of your friends/followers from being displayed
• Replying to your own reply no longer loses the conversation thread


• Instagram links now open in the in-app browser to comply with their new display guidelines


Submitted by Lisa on Monday, January 21, 2013

In reply to by AnonyMouse

Hello, Looking forward to trying this updated version of Twitterrific! Quick question though, what are avatars? I'm a fairly new Twitter user, so I don't know what this means.

Submitted by Piotr Machacz on Monday, January 21, 2013

In reply to by Lisa

An avatar is just a user's profile picture, which is displayed next to their tweets.

Submitted by ÐEEÐA on Monday, January 21, 2013

I tried the gesture for double tapping and holding for RT with a comment and haven't gotten it to work. just wondering why. also, I wish you could delete entire DM conversations using quick actions like the swipe down with one finger to delete things like other apps do. maybe someone could mention this to the twitterrific developers... would use this app a lot more if it had mute rules, conversation deletion and an RT with commont that didn't seem unusable.

Hello Deeda, There are two seperate set of menus when you do two different gesture. So let me try to help you out. The one set of Menu is when you do a double tap and hold. The second set of menu is the double tap and no hold. So simply do a double tap on a tweet. Now this will offer you a way to Re-Tweet from here. HTH

Submitted by AnonyMouse on Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

Found out something today from the great people from Twitterrific! At first I thought there was a bug with in the Theme area. I couldn't for the life of me find the Close or the Back button to get out of here.


So here is what the developers of Twitterrific had to say about that:
"It's not obvious but there is a universal Voice Over gesture to dismiss a view/panel. Simply make a "Z" shape with two fingers on the screen and the theme panel will dismiss."


So I gave this a try and lord behold it worked!


Thought I pass this advice along to others.

Submitted by AnonyMouse on Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

Love the new Muffling features plus squashes a lot of bugs. New Gestures along with a new exclusive VO feature to let you know when you are nearing the end of the Tweet limit when composing.


What's New in Version 5.1



• Muffling of users, hashtags & domains
– Tap and hold on a user, hashtag or domain to muffle it
– Tap on any muffled tweet to “peek” at it, tap again to close
– Tap and hold on any muffled item to cancel it
– Settings are synced across devices using iCloud
• Added new image services:, Mobypicture, & Twitpic
• Avenir font added to themes (iOS 6+ only)



• Faster load times when refreshing timelines
• Improved scrolling speed, especially with tweets using inline previews
• Markers now scroll when loading more to fill gaps
• Send tweets, set favorites, etc. while offline: you’ll see an option to perform them later
• Links in user profiles are now displayed correctly and can be tapped
• Mobilizer & share buttons no longer wait for a page to load before appearing
• Added timeline previews for Flickr photos
• Flickr photos now display in a slideshow view
• Lists are hidden in the sidebar if you don’t have any
• Sidebar appearance is now themed to match the timeline
• New tweet count is now shown when refreshing saved searches & lists
• VoiceOver: Compose counter notifies you when nearing the character limit
• New gesture: Drag downwards on photos or modal navigation bars to dismiss
• New gesture: Tap & hold location icon in compose to use it for all tweets you send from that account
• Saving links to Pocket now attaches the tweet attribution
• Proxima Nova updated with alternate ‘a’ font character
• Various other UI tweaks



• Fixed an issue that caused slow downs after extended use
• Fixed a bug that could cause a premature scroll to the top of the timeline
• Fixed an issue that could cause some tweets to post more than once
• Chinese keyboards in iPhone landscape mode no longer cover the bottom of the compose view
• Viewing broken images no longer makes the photo viewer difficult to dismiss



• Shiny new pull to refresh animation to avoid mistaken identity with brother from another mother, Larry



Submitted by alex wallis on Friday, March 15, 2013

Hi all, I must admit I haven't used twitterrific5 on my phone much, because mostly I get tweets on the computer, however I have started to use version 5 a bit more recently and now have 2 questions. In particular I am having problems locating two buttons while in the view that displays tweets. I am having problems finding the compose button I have tried running my finger all over the screen but keep coming across tweets. The second button I am having problems finding is the button called load more that loads more tweets from your timeline. I found it once by accident but haven't been able to find it again. I have my phone in portrait mode. Any tips for locating these two buttons would be appreciated. Its a shame that the rotor can't be used to quickly find buttons on the screen.

Submitted by Tangela on Friday, March 15, 2013

Hello, the compose button is always in the top right corner of the screen. put your finger on the status bar icon for battery percentage and slide your finger down. You should hit it that way. Now to find the load more button. When twitteriffic automatically refreshes, you should be at the last tweet you read, at the bottom of the newest tweets. If you can load more tweets, flicking left, as you would when scrolling through your tweets, will announce that as an option. Sometimes, when you first refresh, this button will say "dimmed", but flicking left, the right twice, then back left to the button usually fixes that. If you meant how to refresh your timeline manually to load tweets, when you are at the top of the list, do a three-finger slide down. This is the IOS pull to refresh gesture. Hope this helps.

Submitted by Riley on Friday, March 15, 2013

Is there a way to get the app to automatically refresh it's tweets?

Submitted by alex wallis on Friday, March 15, 2013

Hi, I think your talking about push notifications and no they are not supported yet but will be in a future update. I have found that I have to scroll back through allot of tweets just to find the load more button. I have asked the developer on twitter if it can be made possible to find the button by using the buttons option on the rotor.

Submitted by JN.V on Friday, March 15, 2013

In reply to by Riley

Hi all Have been using twitterific for a while now and have 2 questions. 1. Is there a quick way or easy jesture to switch between accounts if you have more than one twitter acount set up? 2. If you havent used Twitterific for a while and you open it, it will be at the last tweet you read however sometimes I want to jump right up to the latest tweet and don't want to scroll through the entire backlog, how can I do this? Thanks

The app should automatically refresh whenever you open it. Try hitting the home button and then reopening the app if you don't find this to be the case. The easiest way to change accounts, according to the twitteriffic help, is to tap and hold the sidebar button. Have not tried this. If you want to get to the first tweet in a list, find the compose button using the method I described above and then flick to the right. that will cause it to read the tweets from the most recent.

Submitted by alex wallis on Friday, March 15, 2013

Hi, don't know that i'm afraid, its worth following @Twitterrific on twitter and asking. They will respond to you in a few minutes.

Submitted by Victor Tsaran on Saturday, March 16, 2013

In reply to by JN.V

eRegarding the first question: you can quickly switch between accounts by pressing and holding the accounts button at the top. Hope this helps!

Submitted by AnonyMouse on Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

Check out the NEW Notification Feature! Plus, the many improvements that just makes Twitterrific the most solid and best Twitter Client choice for your device.
What's New in Version 5.2


• Push notifications (enable in settings)
- Twitterrific’s push notification service is currently in beta and will be rolling out to groups of 1,000 users over the next few weeks. If you cannot enable push notifications, try again in a few days.

• User banners now display on profile pages
• Discussions can now be shared via email or Storify


• Added Droplr thumbnails to the timeline
• Text size of muffled items scales according to theme settings
• The timeline can now display up to 600 tweets (was 400)
• Additional actions, like muffling, are available when avatars are hidden
• New compose shortcut: type “@” after username to prevent autocomplete
• Load more button now animates while loading new tweets in the timeline
• Improved behavior when restoring selected timeline with multiple accounts
• Improved formatting when emailing a tweet or group of tweets
• Improved performance when rotating display on iPhone/iPod
• Improved display performance when muffling many items
• Multiple in-app notifications no longer overlap
• Various changes to make VoiceOver less verbose
• Various other UI tweaks

Submitted by rdfreak on Thursday, March 28, 2013

In reply to by AnonyMouse

I never really paid much attention to IOS twitter clients previously but after hearing the podcast and reading through all these comments, I am impressed and will be definitely buying this tonight. The thing I like which differs from the standard twitter client is being able to mark where we3're up to in the timeline. One small question; I assume "muffling" referrs to filtering out that user or hash tag?