The Breakroom

During our trip to WWDC, I was fortunate to visit the Macworld office and sit down with Macworld editorial director Jason Snell, NetNewsWire developer Brent Simmons and OmniFocus developer Greg Titus. The topic of our conversation? The iPhone and applications, of course! I hope you enjoy listening in on this conversation as much as I […]

We’re very pleased and honored to announce that Apple generously rewarded our iPhone development efforts at last night’s Apple Design Awards. The beta version of Twitterrific took home one of five iPhone ADAs, winning for Best iPhone Social Networking Application. Created by veteran programmer Craig Hockenberry, Twitterrific for the iPhone lets Twitter users stay in […]

Today, at Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference in San Francisco, the computer maker unveiled its plans for the next generation of iPhones as well as a sneak peek into third party applications headed our way. Due to hit public airwaves July 11th, Apple’s new iPhone/iPod Touch “App Store” as it’s being called, will allow users […]

If you just can’t get enough of the Internet phenomenon that is Twitter, or are looking for the latest skinny on Twitterrific, then today’s your lucky day. This week, Ged sat down via Skype with the Apple Universe’s own Daniel Brusilovsky to answer a whole range of Twitterrific related questions. Ged provides insight on the […]

We’re pleased to announce the immediate release of the latest version of Twitterrific, our Mac OS X application for reading and posting to the Twitter social network. Chief Typist, Craig Hockenberry, has spent a great deal of quality time with the little blue bird and the result is an update that brings a whole host […]

Early Bird Gets the Tweet

February 20, 2008

If you’re a fan of our popular application Twitterrific, and also enjoying playing with the latest and greatest, then this tip’s for you. Wing your way over to Twitterrific’s profile at Twitter and make the little blue bird your friend. That way when the Chief Typist releases each public beta, the birdie chirps and you’ll […]

Announcing the release of Twitterrific v 3.0.1, our popular application to read and post tweets to the Twitter social network. This latest version of the software squashes some annoying bugs and reduces the number of “bad request” errors that some users were experiencing. Please visit the Twitterrific version history page for the complete list of […]

Twitterrific 3.0 Soars In

November 2, 2007

We’re kicking November off with the long-awaited release of Twitterrific, our popular application for reading and posting to the Twitter social network. Version 3.0 of Twitterrific incorporates some of Mac users’ most commonly requested features as well as offering full compatibility with Apple’s new Leopard operating system. Here are some of the great new things […]

After extensive private and pubic beta sessions, we’re pleased to announce the immediate availability of the latest edition of Twitterrific for Mac OS X. Version 2.1 of the popular Twitter client adds a flock of new features and improvements including: Keychain support for multiple Twitter logins Growl support Tweets can now be processed with Applescript […]

The Chief Typist has been slaving away the past few weeks to bring you updates to two of our most popular software products. First up is our Mac OS X monitoring utility, iPulse. iPulse lets you quickly get a feel for what Mac OS X is doing under the hood via a unified, concise interface […]