Recently the final numbers for Apple in 2014 arrived, showing a significant drop in the company's iPad 3 sales. However, Apple's sales overall are up. Does this mean that Apple is abandoning iPads to focus on its iPhone line? The numbers seem to tell this story.
The app, which is now on version 5.5.3, now boasts a new layout for user profiles and pull-to-refresh animation, while users should also find that they can swipe up from the image viewer to dismiss photos.
At the same time, developer Iconfactory has made numerous bug fixes and a result the app seems to run a lot faster than it ever has in the past.
Twitterific 5 is a universal app (so you only have to buy it once for it to work across iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad) and costs $2.99 from the App Store. Existing users can download the app update for free.
Many of the new features are old hat to Android users already, but now iPhone and iPad users will get notifications when they are about to run late for an appointment and, for example, they're headed for a traffic jam.
You will also be able to set reminders using Google’s now ubiquitous "OK Google" command and say something like "OK Google, remind me to take the trash out when I get home" and Google will notify you when you get home.