Twitterrific today has been updated with support for the Apple Watch. The update comes on the heels of Yelp also being updated with support for Apple’s latest product. The Twitterrific update bumps the app to version 5.11 and also includes actionable notifications. You can now reply to, favorite, and retweet tweets directly from the notification.

On the Apple Watch, Glance View with Twitterrific allows you to easily and quickly track tweet statistics, including retweets, favorites, and follower counts. To gain access to more Apple Watch features, you must buy the $1.99 in-app purchase for push notifications.

With the purchase of push notifications, you can receive Twitterrific notifications on your Apple Watch, including alerts for mentions, replies, direct messages, retweets, favorites, and new followers. You can also use Force Touch to compose a new tweet with Siri dictation on the Apple Watch, as well as reply to mentions and direct messages with dictation.

Twitterrific is available on the App Store now. The official Twitter for iOS app also has Apple Watch support, but most third-party clients do not, making Twitterrific unique at this point. You can view our full breakdown of the best Apple Watch apps here.

The full release notes for the update are available below:

Support for Apple Watch!

NOTE: Complete Apple Watch functionality requires purchase of Twitterrific’s in-app push notifications.

Glance View  Track your Twitter statistics on the watch in real time, including: • Retweet, Favorites & New Follower counts • Current unread tweet count

Apple Watch Notifications available with purchase of push notifications: Get notified when the following things happen on Twitter: • Mentions, Replies, Direct Messages • Retweets, Favorites & New Followers

Twitterrific Features on Apple Watch available with purchase of push notifications: • View a list of recent activity for the active Twitter account • Read replies, mentions & direct messages via Apple Watch • View profile info for new followers with options to follow back or block • Reply to mentions and direct messages using dictation • Force touch to compose a new tweet using Siri dictation


• RT & Fav counts now displayed on selected tweets. YAY! • Interactive push notifications from the lock screen (swipe left for options): – Fav a reply or mention directly from the lock screen – Quickly reply to mentions & direct messages from the lock screen – Follow back or block a new follower

IMPROVEMENTS • Catch all emoji characters in regex muffle filters using the {emoji} keyword • Performance enhancements when attaching photos to a tweet


• Fixed autocorrect replacing text when composing tweets with smart quotes • Fixed problems causing dictation to end prematurely when composing replies • Fixed a crash that could occur when attaching media to a tweet


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