Twitterrific 5 gains large image previews, another new font, Today view improvements and more

Twitterrific 5.7.6 for iOS (1Password integration 003)

Twitterrific by Iconfactory, a great looking Twitter client for the Mac and iOS, got refreshed Tuesday with a plethora of improvements, enhancements and several new features. Bumped to version 5.8.2, the freemium app now lets you enable large image previews in your timeline.

You can adjust your settings between small and large image previews in the Theme panel. Tip: consider turn this option off when on cellular in order to optimize bandwidth use. The team has added another new font, Zosimo, to appease those that didn’t like the built-in Helvetica, Avenir, Proxima Nova, Signika, Museo Slab and Calluna fonts.

Twitterrific is free in the App Store, with In-App Purchases for unlocking additional features.

Twitterrific’s Today view (not to be confused with Today view in the Notification Center on iOS 8) now refreshes automatically when a new notification comes in and Twitter links shared using the multi-purpose iOS Share sheets now have more accurate titles.

Moreovere, you’ll be now taken back to Twitterrific from Chrome when using the Google browser’s back button. Check out the large image previews and account pictures in the timeline.

Twitterrific 5.8.2 for iOS (iPhone 6 screenshot 001)

People with disabilities will appreciate a new shortcut to view a discussion: just double tap with two fingers on a tweet when VoiceOver is active. By the way, your switch to enable dark theme at night is now nested under the Theme panel as well.

Here are the new image related options in the Theme panel.

Twitterrific 5.8.2 for iOS (iPhone 6 screenshot 002)

Twitterrific 5.8.2 changelog

  • New features
    • Added option for large image previews in timeline
    • Adjust image preview settings in theme panel
    • New font: Zosimo
  • Improvements
    • Today view automatically refreshes when receiving new notifications
    • Return to Twitterrific from Chrome using the browser’s back button
    • Two-finger double-tap on a tweet in VoiceOver to view a discussion
    • Links saved using the share sheets now have more accurate titles
    • Various font and avatar sizing tweaks in timeline
    • Various speed enhancements
  • Bug fixes
    • Fixed an issue with some links crashing the application
  • Other notes
    • Dark theme at night setting has moved to the theme panel

As seen top of post, the app integrates with 1Password, the popular password-management app for the Mac, iOS and other platforms. Yes, it’s also optimized for iOS 8 and the 4.7 and 5.5-inch screen sizes of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, respectively, and has a useful two-pane interface in landscape mode on the new devices.

Twitterrific 5 is available on a freemium basis in the App Store, with advanced features locked behind In-App Purchases.

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