Tweetlogix 2.4.1 Available in App Store

Tweetlogix 2.4.1 is available now in the App Store. This is a small bug fix update, including a fix for the problem causing some tweets to be incorrectly saved to drafts. If you have existing drafts that were incorrectly saved by the previous version of Tweetlogix, you will need to manually delete them. Thanks to everyone who reported these issues.

Also note that Twitpic is currently shutting down. If you were previously using Twitpic as your image service, see this post for instructions explaining how to select a different image service. In the next update, Twitpic will be removed as an image service option.

Changes in this Update

  • Fixed problem causing some sent or discarded tweets to be saved as drafts
  • Fixed problem displaying “Tweet Sent Successfully” message
  • Fixed problem dismissing images with swipe-down gesture
  • Fixed layout issue when iOS in-call status bar is displayed
  • Fixed possible title text overlap in tweets

Twitpic is Shutting Down

Twitpic announced this week that they will be shutting down their service. It appears that Twitpic’s upload API has already been shut down and is now reporting errors when uploading images. If you were previously using Twitpic as your image service, you’ll need to select a different image service in Tweetlogix Settings.

To select a different image service:

Note that yfrog is also currently experiencing server-side upload issues, so you will not want to choose that option either.

Tweetlogix 2.4 Available in App Store

Tweetlogix 2.4 is available now in the App Store. This update adds support for iOS 8, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus, along with a number of other great new features. Thanks to everyone who helped beta test this release.

Among the new features is an improved detailed tweet view with integrated reply search, along with Favorited and Retweeted buttons. This update also introduces options for Small, Medium, and Large sized inline images, which you can configure in Tweetlogix Settings.

New Features

  • Support for iOS 8, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus
  • Improved detailed tweet view with integrated reply search (pull down for replies)
  • Improved detailed tweet view with Favorited and Retweeted buttons
  • Medium and Large inline image options (See Settings > Display > Inline Images)
  • Support for displaying multiple Twitter images in tweets
  • Support for sending tweets with multiple Twitter image attachments
  • Settings for uploaded image size (See Settings > Services > Media > Images)
  • Ability to mute retweets in search results (See Filters > Muted Retweets)
  • Video play symbol displayed for inline YouTube image previews
  • Sharing action now offers an option to copy tweet link
  • Tap-hold action for links now offers an Open in Safari action
  • Settings for device auto locking (See Settings > Advanced > Auto Lock)

Note that Twitter does not yet provide multiple images in streaming or search results.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed problem maintaining scroll position after rotation
  • Fixed problem displaying location map from user profiles
  • Fixed incorrect tab bar colors after importing a theme
  • Fixed problem displaying Flickr inline images
  • Fixed incorrect music links added in compose view
  • Fixed possible crash when changing tabs or clearing cache on iPad
  • Fixed sidebar layout problem when image viewer is closed on iPad

Note that there is a minor layout issue when the iPhone in-call status bar is displayed. This issue will be resolved in the next update. Please let me know if you notice any other issues with the update.

Tweetlogix 2.3.1 Available in App Store

Tweetlogix 2.3.1 is available now in the App Store. Here’s what’s new:

  • Support for displaying Twitter images in DMs (Note that Twitter has not yet added support for uploading DM images from 3rd party apps)
  • Fixed possible crash receiving DMs while streaming
  • Fixed problem opening financial symbol links
  • Fixed status bar text color for some themes
  • Fixed navigation bar colors when emailing tweets
  • Fixed key-repeat interruption when deleting characters in compose view
  • VoiceOver improvements

Tweetlogix 2.3 Available in App Store

Tweetlogix 2.3 is available now in the App Store. Here’s what’s new:

  • Mute individual user retweets in timeline, lists, and search
  • Optional background refresh for mentions and messages (requires iOS 7)
  • Save links to Safari Reading List (requires iOS 7)
  • Translucency of navigation and tab bars in iOS 7 is now optional
  • Drafts view now offers action to send all drafts
  • Improved display of web links in profile descriptions
  • Optional confirmation when posting tweets (Settings > Advanced > Actions)
  • Changed image viewer button colors in iOS 7

To enable background refresh, see Settings > Refresh > Background Refresh. For more details about this feature, see this FAQ.

Bug fixes

  • Fixed possible crash returning to detailed tweet view with location map
  • Fixed incorrect status bar color after closing image viewer on iPad
  • Fixed reversed Mentions and Your Tweets colors in Theme Designer
  • Fixed incorrectly repeated user search results
  • Fixed scroll indicator positioning on iOS 7
  • Fixed keyboard flicker after canceling compose view on iOS 7
  • Fixed text alignment in More view

Tweetlogix 2.2 Available in App Store

Tweetlogix 2.2 is available now in the App Store. Tweetlogix is now thoroughly updated for iOS 7!

  • New iOS 7 look and feel
  • New iOS 7 style icons
  • New app icon
  • Improved color theme support for iOS 7

Tweetlogix 2.1.2 Available in App Store

Tweetlogix 2.1.2 is available now in the App Store. Here’s what’s changed:

  • Fixed problems uploading image/video attachments
  • Fixed crash opening Maps from Compose view

Note that there is still a known issue uploading to the Twitgoo image service. This appears to be a problem on their side. If you were previously using Twitgoo, you will need to select a different image service in Tweetlogix settings (see Settings > Services > Media).

Tweetlogix 2.1.1 Available in App Store

Tweetlogix 2.1.1 is available now in the App Store. Here’s what’s changed:

  • Fixed problem causing some retweets to incorrectly appear in timeline and mentions while streaming
  • Fixed filter scope problem while streaming
  • Fixed problem updating timeline badge
  • Fixed client muting for retweets
  • Fixed problem attaching videos in iPad compose view
  • Enabled looping for Vine video playback

Tweetlogix 2.1 Available in App Store

Tweetlogix 2.1 is available now in the App Store. Here’s what’s new:

New Features and Improvements

  • Wi-Fi Streaming Refresh
  • Support for new Instagram link format
  • Vine video playback in web view
  • New (via @username) retweet option
  • Improved VoiceOver for tweets

With Wi-Fi Streaming your home timeline, mentions, and messages refresh instantly while Tweetlogix is active and connected to a Wi-Fi network. See Settings > Refresh > Wi-Fi Streaming for related settings.

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed problem using camera with iPad
  • Fixed problem updating favorite button
  • Fixed problem updating local trends

Tweetlogix 2.0.1 Available in App Store

Tweetlogix 2.0.1 is available now in the App Store. Here’s what’s changed:

  • Re-introduced user display name setting
  • Fixed missing undo retweet actions
  • Fixed DM authorization for imported iOS accounts
  • Fixed incorrect badge when switching timelines
  • Fixed problem computing remaining chars in Compose view
  • Improved VoiceOver for Accounts view
  • Rate limit errors from Twitter are silently ignored

I’m also working on Wi-Fi streaming timeline refresh for a future 2.1 update. The streaming feature will help reduce issues with Twitter’s new 1.1 API limits.

Please understand that Twitter’s rate limit changes are from Twitter, not us. I understand your frustration with Twitter’s new rate limits, but unfortunately Twitter’s changes are out of our control. If you’re interested in the technical details, see this this article on Twitter’s developer site. Twitter is beginning the process this week of retiring their prior 1.0 API, so all developers are now required to switch to their new 1.1 API. You can read more about Twitter’s 1.0 API retirement plans here.