With version 22.214.171.124 of Twitter for BlackBerry, it brings along the usual set of upgrades that further enhances the core experience of the app, and of course, it’s packing along the good old usual set of bug fixes as well. From the looks of it all, the app has been seeing a steady stream of updates, but more importantly, it looks like there is a good likelihood of it also hitting the BlackBerry App World in the near future.
First and foremost, the update now offers an updated tweet details screen, where clicking a tweet will provide users with content-rich details regarding it. Specifically, geo-tagged tweets will now show mini maps, tweeted photos will appear larger, and conversations are broken down so they’re easier to follow and read. Additionally, there’s also an undo retweet feature that enables users to quickly undo mistakes.
Furthermore, the new software updates packs right to left language support, and additional language support for Arabic, Finnish, and Hebrew. Naturally, you’ll need to be a member of BlackBerry Beta Zone to snag it, but as we’ve mentioned already, it might arrive officially very soon in the App World – so keep an eye out for it.
source: BlackBerry Beta Zone via CrackBerry