Twitterrific Update Brings Readability & Droplr Integration, Lots Of Improvements

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Twitterrific, one of my favorite Twitter clients on iOS, got a new update this week that adds Readability integration for bookmarking tweets you want to catch up with later, as well as support for image hosting service Droplr. The update also comes with a ton of bug fixes and improvements.

In addition to Readability and Droplr integration, you’ll now find that the read/unread state of tweets updates as you scroll through your timeline, and that indicators in timeline tabs are updated as tweets are read.

The app also boasts VoiceOver feedback after performing profile actions, a new larger font size for users on iPad, and it now automatically clears login data when you disable third-party services, such as Instapaper or Pocket.

There are also a whole host of bug fixes, which should make the app a little more stable:

• Compose attachment buttons are now disabled during @name autocomplete
• Fixed a bug that could cause replies to be counted more than once
• Improved reliability when clearing push notification badges
• VoiceOver no longer repeatedly announces new tweet count
• When composing replies, VoiceOver reads text first instead of original tweet

You can download the latest Twitterrific release from the App Store now using the source link below. For those who don’t already own it, Twitterrific 5 is priced at $2.99, and it’s a universal app that supports iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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Killian BellKillian Bell is a staff writer based in the U.K. He has an interest in all things tech and also covers Android over at CultofAndroid.com. You can follow him on Twitter via @killianbell.

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