The popular third-party Twitter app Tweet It!, which recently launched a universal app version for Windows 10 PC and Mobile owners, is pushing out a new update that adds quite a few new features and improvements.
Here's what's new in version 2.1:
- x64 support added
- Improved push notifications
- Ability to quickly access your profile (tap on active profile in "accounts" panel)
- Auto scroll when new direct message appear
- When replying on your own tweet your nickname will not show in tweet
- Enhance reading position recovery
- Ability to copy link for images, videos and gifs
- Improved inline photos
- Improved YouTube video playback
- Improved profile info viewing with ability to unblock
- Improved photos compression when attached to a tweet
- Grey (mostly) theme
- Improved filters algorithm
- Ability to show scroll bar for lists
- Ability to disable swype gesture for quick actions
- Improved tweet and messages UI
- Ability to close additional panels (compose, drafts, settings and others) by tapping outside them
- Real-time tweets update animation changed (just blue icon when active, instead of rotating animation)
- Fixed issue with onscreen buttons
- Smoother swype gestures
- Faster UI scaling apply
Tweet it! is still on sale for $2.99, which is 50% off its normal price, from now until December 31.
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