BeeTV today announced the launch of BeeTV HD for the iPhone and enhancements to the recently released iPad App. This new version of BeeTV HD extends the social TV experience to millions of iPhone users with an enhanced user experience that is super-charged with deep Twitter and Facebook integrations and new features centering the experience around TV conversations. Users can simply drag their friends’ pictures onto the invite section to ask them to watch a show.
Stone Design today released new versions of its top-selling iPhone Twitter client Twittelator Pro and Twittelator Free. Twittelator includes many power features, including unlimited custom themes, multiple accounts, lists, and much more. Twitter recently added Twitter Photo Service – now Twittelator shows these images inline. Version 4.7 meets the new requirements for a more secure login and upon upgrade, there will be no interuption of messages when Twitter turns on the new permissions.
Big Stone Phone today announces Twittelator for iPad 1.8, an update to its award winning Twitter client. Its beautiful user interface allows you to always keep your friends’ tweets in view while you explore the rest of what Twitter has to offer. Shoot, edit and upload video to 5 video sites and co-upload to YouTube directly from your new iPad 2. All iPads enjoy viewing the new Twitter Photo’s inline, and this version is ready for the new changes in authorization keys for third party clients.
Colorado based Laughing Software today announces Tweakon – Lite 1.2 for iOS. Tweakon – Lite offers tweeters a way to conveniently manage their Twitter accounts and seamlessly upload media files to Twitpics while tweeting on-the-go. Tweakon – Lite offers fast access to all user tweets and links, view and favorite tweets, with an easy reply and retweet function, character count, status clear field option, and so much more.
TapFactory today introduces TweetyPop 1.0, their new Twitter client for iPad. TweetyPop is a visually stunning hybrid between RSS reader and Twitter client that allows you to clear tweets as you read them. Tweets are displayed in a 3-dimensional Twitter-space timeline, providing a fluid, hands on stage for interacting with your Tweets. As Tweets appear, they sort in the chronological space-time-Twitter continuum. As you read each Tweet, grab it with your finger and fling it off screen.
Power App today introduces Speech2Tweet 1.0 for iOS, their app that allows users to create and send tweets by speaking into their iOS device. Following a brief period of calibration, during which it accounts for ambient noise levels, the app is ready to take dictation. A full-featured Twitter client, the app meets all the service’s latest security requirements. Also included are: switchable automatic geotagging of tweets and photos, URL shortening, TwitPic, retweet, reply, and Direct Messages.
Baltimore based iGiveaway announces their new marketing services for iPhone application developers. iGiveaway was established by Derrick Edwards as a way for iPhone application developers to market their apps through Twitter. During that time, iGiveaway has partnered with other iPhone-related tweeters and can now reach a combined 4,000,000 iPhone users. Bundled with free giveaways, App Developers can expect between 1,000 – 5,000 retweets about their apps.
Montreal based independent developer Jason Jensen today announces Friend Update 1.0, his new app for iOS devices. Friend Update merges the Facebook and Twitter feeds of up to 30 friends on a page for each friend. Tapping a friend will bring the user to a page displaying that friend’s facebook and/or twitter feeds. Friend Update makes it easier for the user to stay in touch with those who are most important, even when s/he does not have time for the wider network.
SolarSpark Productions today announces WorldMic 1.6 for iOS, an update to their social networking app that allows users to post a 60 second voice message free on a worldwide streaming server. The user’s recording then enters the queue, to be heard by thousands of listeners. An in-app message notifies the user approximately how long it will be until their message is played. Participants may choose to record and/or listen to the global server or one of the local servers in the US, Russia, UK, etc.
Evetone Labs today announces that Current 1.0, a realtime Twitter search app for iPhone and iPod touch devices. Current is an app that allows its users to search Twitter in real time. Current supports powerful queries, filtering tweets by language and autorefresh intervals for searches. It allows to create an array of saved searches and shows if new results have come in for them. The app lets its users work with tweets by means of emailing them or exporting them as text files.