According to a tweet by Facebook product designer and UI guru Mike Matas, his team is now working with influential app designer Loren Brichter. That's right, the man behind Tweetie and Letterpress is now working for Facebook.
After being seemingly forgotten, a brand spanking new Tweetie 2.0 will launch tomorrow on the Mac App Store. Tweetie 1.0 has long been our favorite twitter app for Mac, so we can't wait to see what version 2.0 will bring. Finally!
Web apps! They're more and more like real apps. Take the new Twitter.com. It's pretty damned amazing. Is it so good you can ditch desktop Twitter apps forever?
When Twitter swallowed Tweetie maker Atebits, they declared that an official Twitter client—a la Android's—was on its way. You'll be happy to hear that Twitter has barely changed the iPhone's best Twitter app, except where it counts: Price.
Last month, Twitter bought Tweetie—our most favorite of all iPhone Twitter apps—with the intention of rebranding it as the free, official Twitter for iPhone app. It looks like that change is imminent—Tweetie 2 disappeared from the App Store this morning without a trace, and presumably Twitter for iPhone will show up…
The official Twitter for Android app isn't simply the best overall Twitter experience on the platform—it's a peek at the future of Twitter on every smartphone.
Woah! Apparently Twitter has snatched up the company behind popular desktop and iPhone Twitter client Tweetie. Twitter intends to "offer [the iPhone app] for free and rename it Twitter for iPhone."
Well, that's what I dream about anyway. Covered in spicy chocolate sea salt. Oh yes, the pillows. Two versions, Tweetie for Mac or Tweetie 2, $15 a piece or $25 for both. Mmmm butter. [MySuiteStuff, Thanks John!]
The overall best iPhone Twitter app, Tweetie, is about to seriously leapfrog everybody else with version 2, with everything you could want—offline reading—and way, way more.
You have the Twitter, you say? And you're following all us Gizmodo tweeters religiously? If not, we're right over there on the left.
When the App Store launched, there were a handful of Twitter apps for the iPhone. Now there's ten zillion. We've read thousands of tweets on every Twitter app, so here are the best, and worst.