Looking to test out the latest release of Twittly for BlackBerry 10? If so, you can now update to v18.104.22.168 through the BlackBerry Beta Zone. This release is jammed pack full of changes including several bug fixes and improvements to enhance the overall user experience and security of the third-party Twitter app. We've got the full changelog available for your perusal, so have a look.
- Delete / Mark Read Unread : Multiple Hub Notifications
- Fixed Favoriting a Tweet
- Fixed Posting a Tweet
- Fixed Retweeting a Tweet
- Fixed Constant Notification and Message Indicator
- Shows @YourUsername in Hub Description
- Improved Performance
- Improved & Slightly Revamped UI
- Simpler UI
- Not too cluttered
- Secured Flurry Analytics
- No more Smaato Ads
- No More Security issues
- Improved Auto Hide Bars
- Fixed HTML Bugs
- Improved Search
- Improved Action Drawer
- Improved Login Page
- Loads Full Tweet Conversations
If you're interested in giving the latest beta release a go, simply fire up the BlackBerry Beta Zone app and look for Twittly in the listing. From there, you'll be able to download and install it as you see fit. Just remember, it is a beta, so be sure to offer feedback.
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