Ged Maheux, The Iconfactory:
The Twitterrific watch app displays a list of your most recent 25
replies, mentions, direct messages, favs, RT’s and new followers
right on your wrist. This helps you focus on the part of Twitter
that’s most important to you and frees you from information
overload common when viewing your entire timeline. Simply tap any
item in the list to view its details and respond in a number of
ways. Favorite a reply or mention, give a new friend a follow back
and even reply to mentions and direct messages using Apple Watch’s
dictation feature. It’s just that simple.
Twitterrific for Apple Watch is a lot more interesting to me than the official Twitter client. Twitter’s watch app only shows two things: your regular timeline and a list of top-trending global hashtags. Neither of those things is useful or appropriate in the context of a watch. Twitterrific, on the other hand, focuses on the sort of things you’d actually want to be notified about: your mentions and DMs.
★ Thursday, 23 April 2015