Mute Filters Tweetings has supported a feature called timeline mute filters for a number of years now. They used to be called timeline exclusion filters. With mute filters you can pick a user, a keyword/phrase or even an entire app to block from showing on your timeline. There are a number of powerful features allowing these mute filters to expire automatically and on Tweetings for iPhone you can even use regular expression filters. When you add user mutes we also sync them to Twitter directly so that if you use the Twitter website you have the same user’s muted, and vice versa, if you mute on the Twitter website they will be muted in Tweetings. The problem with mute filters is they totally remove those Tweets from your timeline. Enter muffling… Muffles Timeline muffles are a new feature for Tweetings for Android and iOS (at the time of writing this…Keep Reading
So the most asked question we’ve had over the last few days is “Are you going to support the new Twitter Retweet with Comment feature?” The answer to this is: Yes Now for those that don’t know, this feature extends the ability to retweet but add your own comments. Say more with revamped quote Tweet! Rolling out on iPhone and web, coming soon to Android. https://t.co/Bcl3E859ne pic.twitter.com/fioAPPi0nW — Twitter (@twitter) April 6, 2015 We already have a fully working version of both sending and viewing these Retweets with Comments on iPhone. At the moment we’re waiting for the Apple Watch update for Tweetings to get approved before we can submit this feature to Apple for review. We’ve also got Retweet with Comment sending working for Android and is currently going through beta testing. Next on the list is supporting viewing Retweets with Comments on Android and then supporting iPad too….Keep Reading
It’s been a while since we updated Tweetings for Mac, it’s a busy world to keep supporting Android, iOS, iPad and Mac that sometimes we have to prioritise the work on certain apps than others. However we wanted to let you know that we haven’t forgotten about Tweetings for Mac. There’s a lot of work still to do to get it up to speed with some of the changes we’ve made recently, such as multiple Twitter photos, Animated Gifs, Twitter Video and more. There’s a long way to go yet until this will be delivered to the AppStore but here’s just a little teaser of where we are going with it, as we say still very much a work in progress and things will change from what you see below. We won’t announce when it’ll be available other than…. when it’s ready, it’s ready.
We’ve been hard at work adding, iterating and improving Tweetings for iPhone so here’s a quick summary of what’s coming soon in the next version Account name on the Home Timeline now shows your user profile image The new photo viewer has been improved. You can fling the image of the screen to close it Recent photos, videos, animated gifs and YouTube videos are now shown on the user profile The media timeline has been improved, as well as a new look and feel, supports multiple images attached to any Tweet, Twitter videos, animated gifs and YouTube videos. Simply tap an image to view, tap and hold to go to the original Tweet the media came from. A brand new wizard when first loading or adding a new account to the app We’ve also added pull to refresh on the internal Web browser too!
We are great believers in designing to the platform. This means we want to support and showcase the best the platform has to offer, whether that be Android, iPhone or iPad. This is why Tweetings on Android will not look the same as Tweetings for iPhone. Tweetings for Android will look like a native Android app and Tweetings for iPhone will look like a native iPhone app. Rarely, in our opinion, does making an app work identically between both platforms work well. They have different design paradigms. Current State of Play Above is what Tweetings for Android currently looks like designed, unapologetically, with Holo in mind. We offer card layouts, drawer navigation and if you so wish a floating action button to create a new Tweet. Material Design With Android 5.0 Lollipop, Google has moved on from Holo, which we’ve known since Android Honeycomb, to a new design language called…Keep Reading