This is the Most Important App Ever Made. Ever.
Twitterific for iOS has been updated (Twitterrific 5 for Twitter, $2.99 in the App Store) with a new feature they’re calling “muffling” which is an alternative to what’s more commonly called “muting” in apps like Tweetbot.
It’s a clever way of simplifying a useful function without making it useless. The words or accounts you’ve muffled are then synced across iCloud to other devices you have. Watch the video to see how it’s done.
I pointed out the huge number of video tutorials on the iTunes store, but that was met with a virtual shrug and the comment that it will take them a long time to get round all the video tutorial apps to review.
I pointed out several video tutorial apps that had been reviewed and accepted into the store THIS MONTH but still no capitulation on the fact that they considered my Apps movies.
I pointed out the rework of the SCOTutor Apps to included additional app functionality, but still they won’t budge.
Terrible situation for Don as I know he put a lot of work into making the iOS apps initially, and then even more work trying to get Apple to approve them upon removal. The only hope now is that someone higher up at Apple sees the complaint and reverses the decision in Don’s favour.
For whatever reason, the SCOtutor for Mac apps are still available in the Mac App Store. Time to pick one up and support Don:
Buy a SCOtutor Mac App
Nice video from Apple highlighting some of the new features:
Solo performance videos by Bono singing ‘So Cruel’ and The Edge singing ‘Love is Blindless’ as a promotion for the From The Sky Down, the Making of Achtung Baby DVD video that is released tomorrow.
Love is Blindness
Bono would do well to bring Edge along and focus on the singing rather than playing guitar, but otherwise a coupe of great acoustic performances of two of my favourite songs from the album.