Twitterrific 6 arrives with new interface and higher price tag; Spotify, Google Duo and Boot Camp are updated

Twitterrific 6 arrives with new interface and higher price tag; Spotify, Google Duo and Boot Camp are updated

And we're back with the most important updates from popular apps from App store or outside her, too. Let's take a spin on them.


Twitterrific app icon: Tweet Your Way

Iconfactory's client for the bird's social network has come sixth verse with a lot of new things to start with a totally revamped interface with a more modern look, rounded corners, refined iconography and an air that seems more at home in recent versions of iOS.

Twitterrific 6 has a good change from how it handles media tweets: Postings with only one image or GIF now display the content in its original proportion directly in the timeline, without the need for you to touch the media to see it all. In addition, videos can be automatically displayed (if you wish), and the app brings new integration with GIPHY for easy searching and adding of GIFs to your publications.

Still on the same subject, Twitterrific now supports new modality of retweet With media commenting, and renewing the preview of images and videos on the post composition screen on it, you can add descriptions of accessibility, including. The app's customization options have been deepened, with new themes and interface options for all tastes.

Twitterrific 6 for iOS has come with a lot of new features like full-size media preview on timeline, autoplay videos, GIFs, new themes, new icons, and more! Download now!

The bad part is that Twitterrific 6 is not a free upgrade. Anyone who wants to can download or update for free and enjoy all the features, but with advertisements and eventual warnings asking you to subscribe to the service; To get rid of these unwanted content, you need to subscribe for $ 3.50 monthly, $ 39 yearly or a one-time purchase of $ 113 that lasts through Twitterrific's 6 update cycle.

Who was already a user of Twitterrific 5 and had bought one of his experience options ad free You may use the new version without advertising, but any notices asking you to subscribe to the service will continue to appear. Not the coolest solution for users, but the app has to stay somehow, right?


Spotify app icon - Music & Podcasts

The platform of streaming The world's most popular music, in turn, has brought news to your iOS and Android apps, specifically, the "Your Library" tab.

New screen

With changes that are unique to Spotify Premium plan users, the tab becomes smarter and allows the user to get to the content they want faster. Here we have two subdivisions, “Music” and “Podcasts”, each with its own specifics: the music area has a view of its playlistsis one of your favorite artists and one of the albums you enjoy.

In the podcast area, we have a screen showing recent episodes of shows you listen to, another with downloaded content that you can listen to offline, and finally another that shows you the most popular or interesting podcasts.

The news in the "Your Library" tab is already being applied to users around the world and should have their transition completed over the next week.

Google Duo

Google Duo app icon

The Mountain View giant's video chat app may not be the expected phenomenon of popularity, but it is gaining some good news: group video call support with up to eight simultaneous participants. If enough to make it take off good, we'll have to wait and see.

Boot camp

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Finally, Apple's utility for installing instances of Windows on Macs got a minor update to fix a bug that was preventing owners of iMacs and Macs mini with Fusion Drives from completing the disk partitioning and system installation process. Now everything should work normally.

The Boot Camp utility can be updated from the Apple website.