Twitterrific 4 Arrives in Mac App Store

Iconfactory has released Twitterrific 4, a long-awaited update to its popular Twitter application, in the Mac App Store. Twitterrific 4 brings an interface and features similar to the existing versions for the iPad and iPhone, adding extensive keyboard support for fast navigation.

The app’s full feature list is as follows:

  • Simple to use, easy to understand
  • Consistent and clear interface across platforms
  • True multi-account/multi-window support
  • View mentions, messages and favorites quickly and easily
  • View Twitter trends, searches and lists
  • Browse conversation threads between users
  • Translate tweets to your native language
  • Helpful color-coding of tweets
  • In-app picture viewing for supported services like Instagram, plixi & more
  • Tweet actions including email tweet, replies to author & others
  • Collapsible sidebar for quick access to timelines, searches and trends
  • Theme control (light or dark)
  • Font size control
  • URL shortening
  • Instapaper support
  • support
  • Reply all (by default)
  • Picture and video uploading
  • Fully customizable toolbar
  • Robust keyboard control
  • View user profiles, including large avatars and other details
  • Follow, unfollow, block & report spammers easily

The full version of Twitterrific 4 in the Mac App Store costs $9.99 and all features are enabled in this paid version. A free version is available on the Twitterrific site here which is ad-supported and lacks the multi-account and multi-window support of the paid version.

Iconfactory already has several successful apps in the iOS App Store, including Twitterrific, Take Five (which we reviewed), Ramp Champ and others. While Iconfactory is not new to the Mac platform, this is the company’s first offering in the new Mac App Store.

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