It wasn’t too long ago we were talking about the latest update to Falcon Pro, but this week the developer have pushed out another massive update for the popular Twitter app. It’s difficult to find good app support in this day and age, but thankfully, the person behind Falcon Pro – Joaquim Vergès – is all too willing to constantly improve and tweak his app. Even though the app received significant updates at the end of December and then again at the beginning of January, Vergès is back just a couple of weeks later with even more features to add to the already long list.
First and foremost, user profiles have enjoyed something revamp as they now show the number of people following you and the number of people you’re following. You can mute tweets based on keywords, so if there’s a certain hashtag making the rounds that’s starting to wear on your nerves, you can make it so you won’t get alerts for tweets featuring it. Vergès has also enabled searching for users, and you’ll have a recent followers counter in the app once the update has been applied.
Compatibility with TwitPic, YFrog, and Mobypictures is coming with this update, as is a new starred user section in the right slide-out menu. Of course, there are also a number of fixes and a selection of nondescript “little UI changes” in this update. Vergès has posted the entire change log over at the Falcon Pro thread on the XDA Developers Forum, so be sure to check that thread out to get the full rundown.
This is an impressive update to be sure, but given the update history of the app, it probably won’t be much longer before Vergès releases yet another update to the app. Most of these frequent updates have been pretty feature-rich, so don’t be surprised if the next update for Falcon Pro sports a similarly long list of new additions and fixes. For those who haven’t checked out Falcon Pro yet, it’s available on the Google Play Store for $0.99 [download link].