TwitterTicker just got updated to version 1.5 with minor UI refresh for iOS 7 as well as a lot of fixes for the problems our iOS 7 users have been experiencing. Grab it from AppStore and stay tuned for more updates coming up in the near future..
Twitter Ticker for iOS just got updated and should be available in AppStores around the world soon featuring brand new light UI theme! Along with the lovely new light theme, we've also fixed some minor bugs with Twitter API.
AppStore just pushed our version 1.1 live and we're happy to announce that a lot of new features & fixes are there thanks to your precious feedback!
We have added options to display tweets for a specific search term, #hashtag or @mention. Find it in settings and stream only tweets you want to see! We have also added support for saving links in Instapaper and Pocket read later services. We hope you find them useful. A lot of minor bugfixes and enhancements are included as well.
Unfortunately, we have recently found out that Instagram went a bit further in blocking its photos from appearing in Twitter clients too. We're not sure if this is indeed intentional or otherwise a bug in Instagram's public API, but the cause of this issue is technical and apparently Instagram is blocking user agents that contain the word "Twitter" in the User-Agent string. This means that our Twitter Ticker iOS is no longer able to display Instagram photos and is showing 1 white pixel image instead.
We have found a workaround for this issue and we're preparing an update for TwitterTicker which will solve this issue. We hope this update will be released on AppStore by the end of December 2012.
With great pleasure and excitement, we are proud to announce the release of Twitter Ticker app, a passive
Twitter client for iOS. Twitter Ticker provides a completely different Twitter experience. Regardless of
whether you run TwitterTicker on your docked iPhone or your iPad, you can now watch how lovely it will
display the latest tweets while you are working on your computer, or even mirror it to your TV using AirPlay
for a big screen experience. TwitterTicker can be used anywhere, as long as you use a bit of your
TwitterTicker is a universal app and it will run both on iPhones (iPods) and iPads (it looks awesome on
mini!) and it is not meant to be a full-featured Twitter client. Rather, it puts focus on a single tweet
content. Tweets are shown in a stylish way, with emphasis on mentions, hash tags and URL’s. All these can
also be tapped so that you can quickly open an URL or a hashtag in a built-in web browser.
Even though this app is trying to be as minimal as possible, some features could not be forgotten and those
are retweeting and favoriting tweets. Simple enough, just by tapping a tweet, users can easily make tweets
their favorite or, just as easy, retweet them.
TwitterTicker gives a lot of focus on attached media. Image previews are shown for each tweet that links to
it, whether it's an image uploaded to Twitter or to an external service such as Instagram, yFrog,
Mobypicture and many others.
Integration with other services and apps is also something that is important to TwitterTicker. Since this app
is not aiming to be a full client replacement, we've integrated it with Tweetbot allowing users to display
or reply to tweets using Tweetbot.
"Sharing is caring". Share any link from in-app web browser to your favorite social networks or just email or
iMessage it. More 3rd party services are planned for future releases, just follow us!
Our first completely free goodies for you is finally released! Grab our Twitter Ticker screensaver for Mac here.
TwitterTicker is a free app that makes a screen saver out of your Twitter feed. The app is pretty much basic
this point and allows you to choose how many
recent tweets should be shown and how long each tweet should stay on the screen. Tweet text is formatted
to put an emphasis on mentions, hashes and links and previews for images and videos are also shown.
TwitterTicker runs on Mac OSX 10.8 Mountain Lion and later and is completely