updated 11:50 am EST, Tue December 23, 2008
Twittelator Pro 1.6 update
Stone Design today released the v1.6 update to Twittelator Pro, its higher-end Twitter client for iPhones and iPod touches. The app enables functions such as switching between multiple accounts, and quickly inserting items such as maps, images and links into tweets. The latest update introduces the concept of Sub-Groups, used to divide contacts into finer sets such as friends and family.
A number of other refinements have been added as well, such as the ability to more tightly cluster tweets, and use Pikchur has an alternate means of uploading photos. Emojis are now said to be better organized, and use swiping during the selection process; draft tweets can meanwhile be saved and restored, and the need to confirm tweets can optionally be disabled.
Twittelator Pro is a $5 download at the App Store.