The Breakroom

Over the years Twitterrific has collected critical recognition from the public and from the iOS developer community including an Apple Design Award and inclusion in the iMore Hall of Fame. This past week Twitterrific earned a new award that we felt was important to highlight: Membership in the AppleVis iOS Hall of Fame for App […]

With today’s launch of Twitterrific 5.14.2, the entire direct messaging interface has been re-designed and re-engineered to make sending and receiving direct messages via Twitter fun and easy. DM’s are now styled like classic chat conversations which means you can view photos and media in-line and follow the flow of a conversation more easily. The […]

Ollie makes himself at home in iOS 9 with the latest release of Twitterrific. Version 5.13.2 now supports iPad split-screen and slide-over multitasking in iOS 9. We’ve also added the option to reply to mentions and DMs directly from push notification banners in iOS 9’s notification center. Other new features include the ability to send […]

Today’s release of Twitterrific v 5.13.1 is an incremental but important one that fixes several annoying bugs and improves overall usability of the iOS app.

Twitterrific’s new facial recognition feature helps keep users faces front and center in image previews.

A Special Feature

June 19, 2015

Over the years, we’ve been lucky to have a lot of products featured in Apple’s stores. Yesterday, we got the one we’re most proud of – Twitterrific’s inclusion in the most popular Voice Over apps on the App Store.

Twitterrific 5.12 adds quoted tweets, bottom-based navigation options, muffle sharing, a re-designed in-app push notification system & much more.

Today we are very pleased to announce that Twitterrific 5.11 with Apple Watch support is now available in the App Store.

Twitterrific 5.10 adds improved muffling, muting, support for draft tweets and much more.

A minor but important update to Twitterrific is now available in the iOS App Store that fixes problems with animated GIF’s and adds the ability to attach more than one image to a tweet at one time.