When iOS 7 was announced, surely everyone's imaginations started to ponder what their favorite apps would do for redesigns to fit in. Out of all my apps, Twitterrific 5 looked like it was all set to just go ahead and blend right in.
I thought to myself, "They probably don't even need to do anything!"
Boy, am I glad the folks at The Iconfactory didn't think the same way.
I've been testing Twitterrific 5.5 for a couple weeks, and I'm blown away by the level of detail. The Iconfactory has taken Twitterrific's already delightful design and lovingly embraced all of iOS 7's strengths.
I have two favorite parts: the new color choices for Dark Mode look like they were pulled straight from Tron: Legacy, and the other is when you have an image or menu popover pulled up, it has the same parallax effect between the foreground and background as iOS 7's home screen. Of course, there are many more nice things.
I've been using Twitterrific as my main client since before iOS was even a thing. By far Twitterrific 5 has been the most iterated and well-thought-out edition yet. Twitterrific 5.5 is a free update for existing Twitterrific 5 owners, and requires iOS 7. This is hands down my favorite app and I hope it becomes yours, too.
Twitterrific 5.5 is out on the App Store and runs for $2.99 if you are new to the app.