Birdsong, a Windows Phone Twitter app, experienced a little technical difficulties with Live Tile and push notifications. The developers have worked diligently over the past few weeks and the new push notification service went online just a little while ago.
Birdsong is a nicely laid out Twitter app for your Windows Phone that supports multiple accounts, threaded conversations, geo-tagged tweets, off line viewing and much more.
Along with getting the push notifications back on line, the developers are close to releasing the version 1.8 update for Birdsong which will allow you to enable/disable toast notifications for favorites and retweets as well as the ability to turn on/off live in-app updates. This feature will automatically refresh timelines when you are mentioned or a direct message is sent your way.
A quick note from the developer on the new push notifications calls for the need to re-save your notification settings for each Twitter account in the current version (1.7) of Birdsong. This should allow the new service to take hold.
There is a free trial version of Birdsong available with the full version running $.99. You can find Birdsong here at (opens in new tab) the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Source: Red Badger (opens in new tab); Thanks, Brad, for the tip!
George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.
Sweet, gonna download and try it again since I bought the paid version long time ago. Hopefully push works now
Just tried it, Rowi works, but birdsong is broken still
Hi @topleya, if you drop me your twitter username that you are using I can take a look to see if there are any problems sending notifications to your phone / account. My email is jon[dot]sharratt[at]red-badger.com
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