Tweetium for Windows Phone gets Quote Tweet notifications, smooth loading and several bug fixes in the latest update

Tweetium for Windows Phone gets Quote Tweet notifications, smooth loading and several bug fixes in the latest update

Tweetium is one of the best Twitter clients available in the Windows Phone store. If you're a regular Tweetium user, you be glad to find out it has received an update, which brings a handful of bug fixes, improvements, and some new features on board, including quote tweet notifications which is only available for users running the pro version of the app. The developer further added another handy feature which allows users to view full-size images when you tap on an image without expanding threads, as well as some performance improvements and bug fixesto improve the overall user experience.

Here's the complete change log for the latest update:


  • Quote Tweet notifications for Pro users
  • Media in Quoted Tweets
  • View full-size images without expanding threads
  • Smoother top-loading and various bug fixes


  • Support for Quoted Tweet notifications for Pro users
  • Includes both push notifications and Connect+ support
  • Currently shares notification settings with Retweet notifications
  • These will be enabled by a server update soon after this app update is published
  • Tapping/clicking image previews now loads the full-size image in the image viewer instead of expanding the thread
  •  This can be changed back to the old behavior in Advanced Settings
  • Quoted Tweets now include media previews
  • Improvements to how tweets are added to the list as you scroll up to reduce jumpiness seen in certain cases
  • More fixes to new-line/multi-line issues on phone
  • Fixed a couple of error handling bugs, such as the error shown when viewing profiles with no tweets
  • Fixed a bug where duplicate follow notifications could appear for Pro users in certain circumstances
  • Fixed a bug where the same user could appear multiple times in the list of who has favorited a tweet if they favorited then unfav'd then re-fav'd
  • Fixed a crash when opening the compose menu (i.e. drafts/snippets) while the app is a Share target
  • Improvements to background task cancellation handling
  • Small performance tweaks

Head over to the Windows Phone Store and grab the updated Tweetium for Windows Phone. We really prefer Tweetium on Windows Phone especially if you're a power user. It costs $2.99, but it's worth every penny considering the features it has to offer.

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