November 19, 2009 in Social Networking (E)
[prMac.com] Albuquerque, NM - Twitter today turned on Geotagging of Tweets and automatic ReTweeting and Stone Design's top-selling iPhone Twitter client Twittelator Pro currently shipping version 3.3.1 is the first iPhone Twitter client to take full advantage of both features.
Geotagging allows users to optionally attach a latitude and longitude to each tweet - and in Twittelator, you can tap the tweet to see a map of where it originated or use the Nearby search to find tweeters near you or any location on the planet. You can toggle the geotagging on or off at tweet time.
Twitter's new ReTweet feature was also 100% deployed today, and Twittelator lets you create these new "official" ReTweets, as well as monitor ReTweet's of yours that are ReTweeted, and see the ones that you ReTweet or are ReTweeted to you.
"We were insane to ship Twittelator V3.3.1 with untested, undeployed features." said Stone Design CEO Andrew Stone, @twittelator. "but it's insanely great that you can Geotag and auto ReTweet today with our shipping version right now!"
Twittelator Pro was recently featured at the top of the Summer's Hottest iPhone Apps in an Apple/AT&T full page ad in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and USA Today, and runs on all models of the iPhone and iPod Touch. With so many other power features including multiple accounts, lists, record audio, shoot video, unlimited drafts, offline tweeting, Twittelator Pro packs the most features into a Twitter client, mobile or desktop.
"There are two major factors which set Twittelator apart from the rest of the pack," remarked Mr. Stone. "We do a free major monthly update and we listen carefully to and act on our customers' issues and feature requests."
* iPhone or iPod Touch 3.0 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Twittelator Pro 3.3.1 is $4.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Social Networking category. Twittelator Pro was chosen as Editor's pick for best iPhone Twitter client by Mac|Life in May 2009 issue.
Stone Design is a New Mexico based software corporation founded in 1984 by Andrew Stone which has shipped over 20 titles for Mac OS X and its parent operating system, the NeXT, in the last 20 years. Major applications include Create, a page layout and web authoring app, iMaginator for image processing and Videator for video effects and VJ'ing. In the past year, in conjunction with BigStonePhone, has added 6 iPhone applications to the collection: TalkingPics for field photography and audio recording, iGraffiti which lets you paint on photos and share them, Gesture which lets you turn photos into digital paintings and share them, Twittelator Pro, the most feature laced twitter client for the iPhone/Touch, Pulsar the free pyschedelic strobe light and now SoundBite. BigStonePhone is a collaboration between Stone, Jeff BIggus of Hyperjeff, artist and UI designer Ollie Wagner and Geoff Pado on SoundBite.