RIM Launches Full Version of Twitter for BlackBerry Smartphone

By July 9th, 2010 AT 11:27 AM

Research In Motion (RIM) the makers of BlackBerry  today announced that its mots popular application Twitter for BlackBerry Smartphones is coming out of beta into its full launch.

The full launch will include support for several additional languages like Dutch, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese EU, Russian and Turkish.

This full version also feature the ability to access any user’s profile from anywhere in the application using auto-complete functionality for followers.

There are several new features added with this software version during the beta test, including auto @username completion, viewing geotagged tweets with BlackBerry Maps, direct access to other user profiles and a personal info guard that stops users from accidentally sharing sensitive info like PIN numbers or email address.

There are also some basic support updates for photo viewing ability to both view tweeted photos from YFrog and TweetPhoto and new navigation hotkeys.


The application is now available for download on BlackBerry App World (www.blackberry.com/appworld) in the social networking category.

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