Twitterrific, the popular Twitter client by The Iconfactory, was updated this week with support for native iOS 8 share sheets, a new way to search for users when composing a tweet, and other improvements. I’ve always been impressed by The Iconfactory’s commitment to Twitterrific, so this week I took version 5.8 for a spin.
I like how share sheets have been implemented in the app. Like Tweetbot, you can tap & hold on links in the timeline and you’ll get action and share extensions in exchange for the ability to preview the full URL; you can also share directly from web views. What I like, however, is that you can tap & hold any tweet to instantly show the share sheet and pass its URL to extensions. I often use tweets as todos, and being able to save links to tweets with extensions in Twitterrific is fast, easy, and, overall, nice. Especially on the iPad – where Tweetbot hasn’t been updated and the Twitter app doesn’t support native share sheets – this aspect of Twitterrific is extremely welcome.
Twitterrific 5.8 is available on the App Store.