Twitterrific for iPhone just updated to version 2.0 (iTunes Link) and I’m already in love with it. I’ve been a long time twitterrific user but that was mostly because of two reasons. The first reason was that it was free (with advertisements) and the second reason was that I liked the clean interface more than the other free twitter clients available for the iPhone.
Twitterrfic in it’s earlier version was not a tool for power users, though, and as I started to *get* twitter more and more, I started missing the features I wanted to use in twitterrific, and was even toying with the idea of purchasing a better and more powerful twitter client.
That changed with the launch of twitterrific 2.0 recently and from what I’ve seen till now, it is an absolute delight to use. I don’t think I need to leave twitterific anytime soon. This post is a walk through of the major features that Twitterrific 2.0 brings to the table.
Twitterrific 2.0 adds support for multiple accounts and makes it easy to switch between them. The home screen is called “Sources” and this is the screen that lets you search twitter, switch between multiple accounts and also displays the trending topics.
Among the functional improvements, twitterrific finally has support for retweeting, emailing, following, unfollowing and getting list of fav’ed tweets and @ replies.
The developers at the iconfactory have also added themes to the interface. Three default themes come bundled with the application.
I think Twitterrific 2.0 is a very worthy successor to the first version and if you’re not using it, you should give it a try.
What other Twitter clients are you guys using for the iPhone. Let us know in the comments.