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This is the Twitterific application. This application used to be available on the installer I guess it is still is but it now have advertising because this is of course the free version that I am showing off right now. So what you will do is whenever you first open it up, it will ask for your username and password or you can go into the wrench and put your login and password. You have notification sounds. We use screen names or the display names. We can turn the light background on instead of the dark background. You can have left handed controls instead of right hand. And we have hints which you can turn off. We also have a bookmark and that is fine and you can go buy the pre app form directly in here. So, you refresh in here, here is the hint window. You can double tap a tweet to switch from list view to detailed view. So if you want to go into this, you can double click. Now we have the detailed view. So now, we can scroll on this tweet, we can double tap to go back to list view. We can get the user info. We can add it as a favorite or we can find out if they are nearby. So, we can scroll between detailed view and list view. So, if we want to reply to this guy, you hit reply.
Now again, these things seem kind of annoying but they are very useful. They tell you what these icons do. You can either turn them off in the features or you can just hit the don’t tell me again. It tells you how many characters you have left and send it and go back. You can find the user information for this guy and he’s got 359 followers. You can go back to the tweet. If you hit with double taps, you go back to the list view or we can hit list view down here. We have our refresh button at the button left. And, we will have a radio tweet. Testing for AppStoreApp.com and we will send it and then we will refresh. And then, we should see it out there eventually.
So, I have the information tab so I will—I told you that you can double tap, you can also single tap and hit the information and then it will get to the information list, the detailed list. And I believe that that is about it. This does include where you can take a picture where you can locate yourself only if you have an iPhone. So it’s kind of tough luck on the iPod Touch owners. And that is about it.