Oct 12 2011
With the release of iOS 5 due tomorrow, the third party service providers are making a beeline to get their apps up and ready for Apple’s latest mobile operating system.Twitter has just released an update to its popular iPhone app, rendering it officially ready for the imminent takeover of iOS 5.
Due to Twitter’s extended integration with iOS 5, from now on users need not enter their login details more than once. Your Twitter username and password can be essentially hard-coded into your device through the Settings app so that any other Twitter client (or app requiring of your twitter credentials) will automatically be able to login without you having to re-enter your password. The only thing you have to deal with is a popup through which you confirm or deny access, and you’ll be ready to rumble.
As of now, it appears that Twitter will be the only social app getting integration of this kind. But once iOS 5 becomes an integral part of each iDevice, it would eventually follow suit with the likes of Facebook and Google as well as others looking for similar sort of integration.
What’s New in Version 3.5.0
* Enhanced sign up experience
* Upload photos to Twitter (pic.twitter.com)
* Updated Direct Messages design on iPad
You can Download Twitter for your iPhone from here: App Store