Developer The Iconfactory on Thursday updated its popular Twitter client Twitterrific for iPhone and iPad, as well as Twitterrific for Mac, with support for sending 280 character tweets.

Both the iOS and macOS editions now support posting and muffling of 280-character tweets. The iOS edition of Twitterrific also features improved iPhone X layout and more.

Coincidentally, you can also muffle tweets based on length or number of lines.

Twitterrific 5.2.1 for macOS changelog

Here’s everything new in the Mac app:

New features

  • Support for sending tweets with up to 280 characters
  • Muffle long tweets:
    • Hide tweets that have more content than you’d like
    • Muffle tweets by character count by simply adding a rule like: > 140
    • If you want to muffle multiline tweets, use a rule like: > 3 lines

Twitterrific 5.17.9 for iOS changelog

Here’s everything new, improved and fixed in the iOS app:

New features

  • Support for sending tweets with up to 280 characters
  • Muffle long tweets:
    • Hide tweets that have more content than you’d like
    • Muffle tweets by character count by simply adding a rule like: > 140
    • If you want to muffle multiline tweets, use a rule like: > 3 lines

Improvements

  • Replies in discussion timelines are now sorted first by popularity
  • Keyboard now appears at the same time the compose view is appearing
  • Physical keyboard shortcut for opening the selected tweet’s author profile was changed from CMD-U to CMD-Shift-U

Bug fixes

  • Fixed a bug causing the target tweet to disappear when viewing replies
  • Fixed an issue displaying names that included unusual characters
  • Fixed position of the media player timestamp on iPhone X
  • Fixed iPhone X layout issues on the Tip Jar and Advanced Features screens
  • Fixed positioning of the in-app notification banner on iPhone X
  • Fixed some iPhone X landscape layout issues on the compose screen
  • Fixed layout of the text entry box in a direct message threads on iPhone
  • Fixed iPhone X layout bugs on the compose screen

Twitter’s own app was updated yesterday with support for longer tweets as the limit got doubled for everyone from the previous 140-character limit following a test in September.

Tweetbot was updated yesterday with support for longer tweets.

Other Twitterrific updates

Twitterrific for Mac recently gained features like a mini-browser for tweets, URL Scheme, auto-poll detection, management for muffles and mutes and so forth.

Its iOS counterpart picked up enhancements of its own recently, such as muffling, smoother scrolling, new app icons, support for iOS 11’s Smart Invert mode and so forth.

Twitterrific for iPhone and iPad is available free in App Store.

Twitterrific for macOS is $20 in Mac App Store.