iPhone app hands-on: Twitterific
On the one hand, you're effectively getting Tweetie 3.0 free of charge. On the other, have competing Twitter apps already surpassed it?
The company is tweaking its mobile twitter.com site using HTML5 to make it more user-friendly for iPad users.
Who says there's no such thing as a free lunch--or free software for Mac users? The new MacHeist bundle includes six solid apps, all of them yours for the downloading.
Following its splash on the BlackBerry, the popular mobile Twitter app is now available in the iTunes App Store with a beta for the iPhone.
Twitter will now provide more details on what specific account information a third-party app is requesting, while apps that want to access your direct messages will again need to permission.
After experiencing problems with several apps when Daniel Terdiman let the iPhone take over for a day, he decided to give them another try at home.
The latest MacHeist package is a selection of six bits of Mac software -- for frees!
Putting search results on a separate page wasn't "awesome," according to co-founder Biz Stone, so current design tests are putting them on the home page.
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