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TUAW First Look: Twittelator Pro 3.0


Despite all of the hoopla the last few days about TweetDeck becoming available for iPhone, I decided to stick with a tried and true friend -- Twittelator Pro. My loyalty was rewarded with a new version of the iPhone Twitter client that takes advantage of many of the features of iPhone OS 3.0.

Twittelator Pro 3.0
[App Store] is priced at US$4.99 for new users, and the upgrade is free for owners of previous versions. The app is from Andrew Stone's BigStonePhone, and builds upon capabilities of the new iPhone OS. Along with the existing features such as offline tweeting, a built-in browser, and being able to handle multiple Twitter accounts, Twittelator Pro 3.0 now adds the following goodies to 3.0 iPhones:

  • Record, edit, and tweet video with the 3G S
  • Record and tweet audio
  • Copy, paste, select, select all, and undo text (shake to undo)
  • Paste photos into tweets
  • Compose and send email from within the app
  • Get a zoomable map of a tweeter's location
My personal favorite feature is the built-in browser in Twittelator Pro, which keeps me in the app while I'm tapping on links. I've also been able to delete one other Twitter/geolocation app off of my iPhone thanks to the tweeter location maps.

Be sure to check out the gallery below for a plethora of pithy pictures of this great app.

Gallery: Twittelator Pro 3.0 | 17 Photos

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