It will be awesome, i can help you with the translation.
Contact me :)3 votes
Thanks! Localization is 2-3 weeks out in my plan, but I will absolutely take you up on that!
The RT Timestamp is much more useful if it is the time at which the original tweet occurred. The time someone did the RT is much less important and can be inferred from context most of the time.
In the tweet detail view, the timestamp is how I would expect it to look in the main timeline.6 votes
Thanks for the suggestion, but this is one I’m hesitant to change. I find seeing the original tweet’s timestamp in the main view is confusing as it makes the tile look sorted incorrectly, and when I’ve seen other apps do it that way I often think they’re showing me stale data if the first one or two tweets are RTs. It can also be very disorienting if you’re scanning through a list to find a specific time range.
I looked at having both, but haven’t found a great way to do that yet, layout-wise. Another possibility is that I can add a setting to enable the behavior you want. Marking “under review” as I’ll give this one a bit more thought.
It'd be really cool if I could seed a query by a term (say "ford", and then exclude other terms, ie "betty"). I could narrow my search pretty effectively that way.2 votes
Ah, yeah Twitter does support various operators (which should already work, you just have to know them). Having a query builder UI would be a nice addition.
Icons in the smaller views are not uniform in size and distracting as the back button is one size and the pencil/home seem to be the same size, then the others are smaller.1 vote
This is mainly due to the fact that the navigation tab icons change in size for active versus inactive. I’ve been thinking of other ways to make that distinction when in icon mode, to avoid this problem. No decision on that yet but I agree it’s not ideal.
It'd be nice if we could just manually refresh for new tweets, especially in snapped view.3 votes
I’ll take a look at options for this as well. For now, new tweets will not stream into the list unless you’re scrolled to the front (i.e. top in snapped/portrait view). So you can suspend it by scrolling down a little and then scroll/pan up when you want to see what’s new.
This project has already begun :-) Upvote if you want to see it sooner!29 votes
This has been requested by at least one user via a review in the app store.3 votes
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