Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Twitterrific 5.0 for Mac

The Iconfactory (tweet, MacRumors):

Take control of your tweets with multiple windows for a single or multiple accounts, all neatly organized on your Mac’s desktop. Twitterrific’s new Media Viewer lets you easily browse multiple images or watch videos. Media and popover windows can be detached from a timeline for easy reference or tracking conversations.


Whether you use Twitterrific on your iPhone, iPad, or another Mac, the app automatically syncs your reading position for a seamless Twitter experience. Catch up on your latest tweets on mobile, then pick up right where you left off when you’re back at your desktop, just like magic! Twitterrific also syncs your muffles and mutes from iOS to help you avoid spoilers and unwanted tweets on your Mac’s desktop.

It’s $20, Mac App Store–only, with no trial. But, if you do buy it, trying it should in theory be easy. I’ve been using Tweetbot and iCloud syncing recently, since that seemed to be more reliable than Tweet Marker. However, I could enable Tweet Marker in both Tweetbot (on iOS) and Twitterrific (on Mac), and then my timelines would sync between the clients. Twitter now has native support for muting, so those settings should sync via Twitter itself.

Eli Schiff:

The @Twitterrific for Mac icon evolution.

Marco Zehe:

If you attach an image to a tweet in @Twitterrific for Mac, click on it again to add a description for your visually impaired followers.

Previously: Twitterrific for Mac Kickstarter.

Update (2017-10-11): The Iconfactory:

With each beta release, we tried to make TURBO do something different and fun. Sometimes the sound changed (“We’ve got a chicken!”) or maybe the text was slightly off (much like the CHOCK himself.) We eventually added the spinning animation that you see in the final product.

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