Pleasant Software releases TwittMS 1.0 for the iPhone and iPod touch

April 7, 2009 in Social Networking (E)

[] Offenburg, Germany - Pleasant Software releases its new iPhone application TwittMS for sending/receiving Direct Messages within the Twitter network. TwittMS is an application for sending and receiving Direct Messages within the Twitter network. Never before has this feature been offered in an easy to use way. By concentrating on this specific task, TwittMS finally does it right and offers unmatched features: Conversations are displayed in chat-style views, contacts can be grouped on multiple pages, and much more.

TwittMS offers the slickest way to send and receive Direct Messages within the Twitter network: just open TwittMS, tap on one of your buddies and type in your message. What is more, TwittMS keeps track of your conversations in chat-style views, so it's easy to pick up a conversation where you left off. Packed into a gorgeous application, you are finally able to use Twitter's Direct Messaging the way it's meant to be.

Features include:
* View your conversations as ongoing chats
* Group your favorite contacts on multiple pages
* Optimized for responsiveness and low bandwidth networking
* Exquisit user interface and animations

System requirements:
* iPhone or iPod touch with OS 2.0 or newer

Pricing and Availability:
TwittMS costs $1.99 (USD) and is available on the iTunes App Store.

Pleasant Software develops simple, elegant and easy to use applications for the Macintosh since 1989 and the iPhone since 2008. Our products concentrate on perfectly solving a specific task by offering the user a highly elaborate set of tools bundled in a unique, feature rich yet not overloaded and incredibly easy to use software. Current products include ‹bercaster, ShowMacster, Birdie, TwittMS and PiP. For more information visit their website. All Material and Software (C) 2009 Pleasant Software, Offenburg/Germany. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, the iPod logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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