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iPhone Twitter App with Push

SimplyTweet 2.4, the iPhone Twitter Application adds new features and bug fixes. This is an update to their full featured Twitter application for iPhone and iPod touch. SimplyTweet combines a fast, simple user interface and a rich set of features. It supports advanced functionality such as mentions and direct messages push notifications, themes, photo search, and photo and video posting to sites including TwitPic and Posterous.

SimplyTweet is a full featured Twitter iPhone Application that has builtin support of push notifications for new mentions and direct messages. It is developed by MotionObj, run by independent software developer, Hwee-Boon Yar who is based in Singapore. SimplyTweet 2.4 has been approved by Apple and is now available on the iTunes App Store for both iPod touch and iPhone.

Some of the new features added in SimplyTweet 2.4 include:
* Multiple drafts
* Swipe menu is now customizable with retweet and favorite options
* Option to disable landscape mode

SimplyTweet features:
* Fast and simple user interface
* Supports all common Twitter usage including viewing of timelines, tweet, reply, retweet, direct messaging, search, favorites, blocks
* Push notifications for new mentions and direct messages (like text messaging alerts)
* Customized timelines with saved views (groups)
* Conversation view
* Themes
* Import accounts from HootSuite
* Multiple accounts support, with quick switch support
* Landscape drafting
* Landscape built-in browser
* Text and URL shrinking
* Notes for accounts
* Photo search
* Updating of user profile including profile picture
* Picture and video posting to sites such as TwitPic and Posterous

* iPhone or iPod touch with OS 3.0 or newer

Pricing and Availability:
SimplyTweet 2.4 is $4.99 (USD) exclusively through Apple iTunes App Store in the Social Networking category.

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