- Bug fix: Fixes connectivity issue many T-Mobile users were experiencing when downloading timelines.
- Bug fix: After a re-tweet, the highlighted tweet would be lost, and the newest tweet would be highlighted. Fixed this.
- Improved: Tapping on a user's picture in the profile or tweet window will show a large picture of the user.
- Improved: The profile window will show the date on which a user joined Twitter (this can be useful when deciding whether to follow someone).
- Improved: Added "My Profile" (under the Tools menu) to quickly check your own profile.
- Improved: URL shortening will use http://j.mp instead of Bit.ly, which will give you 2 extra characters. (Note: j.mp is part of Bit.ly).
Now, the real interesting part: If you've previously purchased Twikini from the Trinket Software Web site, you can head on over there (or use the in-app version check feature) and get the upgrade.
But Twikini also is available in the Windows Marketplace for Mobile. And while it's not the first app in the Marketplace to be updated (Facebook is another one that comes to mind; there may be others), we've gotten a feel for how long it took the update to be pushed out. From Twikini's Twitter feed:
Twikini 1.6 now available in the @wmdev Marketplace. Wow...that certification was FAST! less than 24 hours.
That certainly passed muster faster than anything in Apple's app store. Of course, that's hardly a fair comparison, as Apple's seeing 8,500 submissions a week, and there's no way the Marketplace is at that pace yet. But it does give us an early baseline, and it will be interesting to see how Microsoft keeps up with submission demand.