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Twittelator Pro 2.2 Adds Drafts, Offline Tweeting

Stone Design announced the immediate availability of Twittelator Pro 2.2 for the iPhone and iPod touch on Tuesday. The update for the Twitter client application added support for creating draft tweets along with the ability to view already downloaded tweets when an Internet connection isn't available.

The update also added the ability to view current, daily and weekly Twitter trends, users can now delete direct messages, twitgoo inline image viewing is now supported, photos and avatars can be saved to your Photos library, and more.

Twittelator Pro 2.2 is priced at US$4.99 and is available at Apple's App Store.


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Dave Hamilton said:

As a HUGE fan of Twittelator Pro 2.2, I’d like to add to this article here.

First and foremost, the default color scheme is *not* what I find most people to consider pleasant.  However, there are 3 themes, and “Dove,” (i.e. black text on white background) is elegant and smooth.

Some other things in this update that weren’t listed above:

* TwitPics (and others) now show up full screen when you select them.
* Landscape mode for built-in web browser (and for posting, but that’s been there for a while!)
* Excellent multiple account support, including switching accounts while composing
* Brand new user detail view that’s MUCH cleaner and very easy to navigate.

All in all, my favorite Twitter app for the iPhone.  I wish we had Twittelator Pro available for the Mac!



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