Today we’re pleased to announce the long-awaited release of Twitterrific v 4.0 for the Mac. This major update is available now and CHOCK full of new and exciting features. We’ve taken the best aspects of our award winning mobile client for iPhone and iPad and re-imagined the app for the Mac desktop. Twitterrific is now easier to use than ever before and includes many of the same great features mobile users have been enjoying as they tweet on the go.
There are so many major features of Twitterrific 4 in fact, it’s hard to list them all. We encourage you to learn more at Twitterrific.com, but in the meantime, here are just some of the notable highlights of version 4 for the Mac:
- True multi-account/multi-window support
- View mentions, messages and favorites quickly and easily
- View Twitter trends, searches and lists
- Browse conversation threads between users
- Fully customizable toolbar
- Translate tweets to your native language
Twitterrific 4 for the Mac is available from Apple’s new Mac App Store via their one-click ordering system. Ordering from the Mac App Store means there are no registration codes to keep track of, no ads in the timeline and multiple accounts are enabled by default.
If you’re already a registered user of Twitterrific version 3, you may want to purchase Twitterrific 4 directly from the Iconfactory. Owners of version 3 for Mac and the Macheist Nano bundle qualify for a discounted upgrade, only available at the Iconfactory. Visit our registration lookup page to find your existing version 3 serial number, then head on over and upgrade your existing copy for the Mac. Before purchasing you can also download a trial version of Twitterrific 4 that displays ads in the timeline and is limited to one Twitter account. Purchasing a license with a major credit card or PayPal will remove the ads and enable multiple accounts.
We invite you to visit Twitterrific.com to learn more about the all-new version 4 for Mac. View screen shots, view a quick video overview of the software, get answers to your frequently asked questions and more. Then head on over to the Mac App Store and pick up the new and improved version of the desktop twitter client that started it all, Twitterrific for Mac.