updated 05:07 pm EDT, Mon May 13, 2013
Twitter client gets Readability, Droplr support
Two iOS apps, Twitterific and 1Password, have today received significant updates. Twitterific 5.2.2 adds support for bookmarking service Readability and image service Droplr. A number of smaller improvements have also been made, such as automatic flipping of the read/unread state of tweets as users scroll, and similar updating of indicators in timeline tabs. Yfrog images should appear in the in-app browser instead of the photo viewer.
VoiceOver feedback now additionally covers profile actions, and an extra, larger font size option has been introduced on the iPad. A number of problems have been fixed, including glitches with VoiceOver, and third-party logins remaining when a service is disabled.
1Password -- a management utility for logins, passwords, and other secure data -- has been updated to v4.2. Enhancements to it concentrate mainly on 1Browser, which now supports Go and Fill bookmarks and the Strong Password Generator on the iPad, plus the option to auto-submit after filling in a login. A Copy to Clipboard option has been added to 1Browser's Share menu, and the component has been given its own Settings menu as well as as the ability to clear cookies.
Miscellaneous changes include the ability to share items via email or Messages, and the addition of an "Add to 1Password" link to shares which lets people add items automatically. Search functions have been improved with the display of primary URLs and the option to expand results across all fields.
Twitterific costs $3, and requires iOS 5. 1Password is $18, and demands iOS 6 or later.