We’re very proud to announce that TweetAgora v2 is now available on the App Store – here’s what it includes:
• Cadmus Integration: TweetAgora is the first Twitter client to take advantage of services from Cadmus. Once you’ve authenticated Cadmus using OAuth, some exciting new features become available:
• Sort by Relevance: Once authenticated, Cadmus indexes the tweets from the people you follow. By tapping the Cadmus logo (the gear icon) above your timeline, the most relevant tweets from the last 24 hours will be displayed. Relevance is determined by Cadmus’ formula, but includes factors like number of times retweeted, number of replies, popularity, etc. This feature also applies to Lists you’ve created.
Note: Cadmus takes a few moments to initialize your account, so there will be a small delay after the initial Cadmus authentication for this service to show up.
• Personalized Trends: If you go to More > Trends, you’ll now see a “Personal” tab. This tab brings up a list of the terms that are trending just amongst the people you follow. Tapping one of these terms will show all of the tweets mentioning that keyword from the people you follow. This feature also applies to Lists you’ve created.
• View All Replies: You can now use Cadmus to check for all replies to any given tweet (not just tweets you may have loaded already – everything!). This feature works great in conjunction with the “Questions Asked” option on profile pages – easily view all of the answers that question generated!
• Brand New Theme: As you may have seen from the Home or Features pages, TweetAgora is now sporting a brand new theme. It’s cleaner & more lightweight than the old (Blue Steel) theme, and a better fit with our ‘brand’
• Refresh Multiple Accounts: The same pull-down gesture that’s used to refresh tweets can now be used on the Accounts page to check for new Mentions & Messages for all of your accounts. This is especially useful for managing lots of accounts.
• Performance Enhancements: We’ve sped things up significantly, so you should notice much zippier performance overall (especially on slower devices)
• Bug Fixes: What’s a big update without a few bug fixes? Among other things, we’ve fixed a localization bug that was messing up the tweet order for some international users.
Update: The guys from Cadmus have just written a great blog post about our integration of their API – worth reading!