updated 11:25 am EDT, Wed May 6, 2009
Twittelator Pro 2.2
Stone Design has released an update to its higher-end Twitter client, Twittelator Pro 2.2. The newest version offers offline tweeting features, with the automatic queuing and sending of tweets and the ability to auto-save and restore any number of drafts. Users now have the option to disable landscape mode when tweeting, and to double-tap the shrink button to undo shortening. With the automatic send function, any unsent messages will be automatically delivered when a connection is restored or the app is restarted.
Users can further swap accounts in the middle of creating a message, and choose between five image-hosting services: YFrog, Pikchur, TwitPic, Moby and TwitGoo. Each photo in a reply also shows the conversation thread.
The update is free to download for current Twittelator Pro users. People new to the software can buy it at the App Store for $5.