Rowi also updated with Aviary photo editor, multiple accounts & TweetMarker support

The premium version of Rowi has been updated today, which introduces features implemented in the recent Rowi "Lite" release. Without repeating ourselves too much, this update to both versions of the Windows Phone Twitter client makes use of the Aviary SDK (see our earlier exclusive first look) for photo manipulation and editing. 

As well as catering for the die-hard amateur photographers, version 2.1 also brings support for TweetMarker (website), a service that synchronises accounts across multiple clients and platforms. The update is rolling out for the paid version of Rowi as we speak, so fear not if you haven't received the notification just yet.

If you haven't got Rowi, you can download the app from the Marketplace.

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  • The Aviary tools is pretty snazzy. Rowi is already a primo Twitter app, but the update pushes it over the top.
  • I've been a long time rowi user. Love the app and the support from the developers, but realistically, it won't be over the top until scrolling improves. Mehdoh has the best scrolling right now I think, but I stay on rowi for the context menu and ability to add a search query as one of your homescreens
  • Am I blind? I'll be damned if I can figure out how to add a second account.
  • Same here. Nothing in settings about it.
  • Me too can't figure out.. How to add multiple accounts.
  • Tap your username at the left corner of the app. Two tiles will pop up, Profile and Add. Press Add and you can add a 2nd acct.
  • The "I like my context menu on hold" setting applies to this. Took me a while to figure it out after tapping my username umpteen times.
    This really should be something more obvious - why hide a major feature and assume people will figure it out? Silly.