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Twitter has new changes on the way for third party app developers and with the fair chances that company will be further a making the case for its own apps. The company leaked release notes reportedly through the app sore in iOS 6′s redesigned App Store which brings out a lot of more insight that what the micro-blogging giant is really cooking on.
We’re not sure if any of these changes will tempt users away from third-party options like Tweetbot, You can find all of the new features – summarized from Twitter’s release notes – after the break:
- More interactive Tweet view experience: content previews, videos, images and more will now be shown within tweets containing links to “partner websites.”
- Tweets about “selected events” will now be highlighted. Twitter will curate the relevant tweets and images
- In the Connect tab, autocomplete improvements will be now be present. Twitter rolled out something similar to their official website last week.
- Major push notifications enhancement: You will now be able to choose to receive push notifications when certain people tweet
- Like in Tweetbot, you will now be able to receive unobtrusive Twitter notifications while you are using the app.
- The Discover tab will now be able to alert users when new content is ready for perusal
- Personalized Trends
- You will now be able to tap a user’s avatar to be taken to their profile page
- Improved performance
- You will now be able to manually input your password when having authentication issues
- Hungarian localization
- Finally: the new Twitter logo will be featured on the icon (our image below is from iOS 6 Twitter integration)
- Also promised is a slew of other tweaks, more polish, and bug fixes