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Twitter Terrific: Twitterrific 2.0 Now On The iPod Touch/iPhone

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It was only just last week that we were talking about Twitterrific 2.0, a very popular Twitter client coming on the iPod Touch/iPhone with some details about its latest updates. But now, the wait is over with the release of a new and slicker version of Twitterrifc, and packed with more functions. Here are some new functions and updates you can expect in this new version:

Accounts, searches & trends – Twitterrific has them all and they take only seconds to set up & use.
Filter Tweets – Instantly filter your timeline by @replies, direct messages, favorites & more.
Tweet Actions – Perform a host of actions on tweets including: RT, email, text compression and others.
Themes – Select between several stunning visual looks & feels to find the one that best suits your tastes.
Flexible Layouts – Choose between various layout styles to define the level of info you see.
Much More! – Explore Twitterrific’s settings screen and tutorial videos to learn even more features.
  • Accounts, searches & trends – Twitterrific has them all and they take only seconds to set up & use.
  • Filter Tweets – Instantly filter your timeline by @replies, direct messages, favorites & more.
  • Tweet Actions – Perform a host of actions on tweets including: RT, email, text compression and others.
  • Themes – Select between several stunning visual looks & feels to find the one that best suits your tastes.
  • Flexible Layouts – Choose between various layout styles to define the level of info you see.
  • Much More! – Explore Twitterrific’s settings screen and tutorial videos to learn even more features.

Of course, with so much features and stuffs, you should really have a go at Twitterrifc 2.0. Twitterrific is completely free to use without limitation, but it has some advertising within it which you can remove by purchasing Twitterrifc Premium. Other than that, Twitterrific has a great FAQ set up for those who are unclear about it. Anyway, is the new version of Twitterrific good enough to convince you to use it, or you expected more out of it? As always, drop us a comment and let us know what you think of it!

Written by straw000

May 8, 2009 at 1:58 pm

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