Twitterrific makes its way to the Apple Watch

Popular third-party Twitter client for iOS, Twitterrific, has released an update of the app today that supports the Apple Watch.

Twitterrific’s Apple Watch app features on the Glance View where you can have digest on what happened over the past 24 hours: view and track your Twitter statistics on the watch in real time, including retweets, favorites, new follower counts and current unread tweet counts. The App itself displays a list of your most recent 25 replies, mentions, direct messages, favs, RT’s and new followers

  • In dealing with notifications on the Apple Watch, you can:
  • Read replies, mentions & direct messages via Apple Watch
  • View profile info for new followers with options to follow back or block
  • Reply to mentions and direct messages using dictation
  • Force touch to compose a new tweet using Siri dictation

However, you will need to pay for $1.99 to get the in-app push notification.

In this major update version 5.11, it also features the new interactive notification function. With it, you can act on the notifications by swiping left for options in Notification Center and Lock Screen to fav a reply or mention directly, quickly reply to mentions & direct messages and follow back or block a new follower.

  • Other new features, improvements and bug fixes:
  • RT & Fav counts now displayed on selected tweets
  • Catch all emoji characters in regex muffle filters using the {emoji} keyword
  • Performance enhancements when attaching photos to a tweet
  • Fixed autocorrect replacing text when composing tweets with smart quotes
  • Fixed problems causing dictation to end prematurely when
  • composing replies
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when attaching media to a tweet

You can download Twitterrific 5 for Twitter on the App Store for free (with IAP).

[Source: The Iconfactory Breakroom]


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