I don't get it? It just looks like mobile.twitter.com?
Because that's what it is, a wrapper for twitter.com so you can have it persistently in your dock/menu bar like an app.
This looks fantastic. Is it going to continue to work properly after Twitter finish butchering their API access?
..Oh is this just a web view wrapper?
WebView I guess
Just a wrapper, we then add native features on top, like the standalone tweet composer which launches instantly, and we’re adding multi account and notifications next, but all without needing to rely on APIs
I bought a copy, it's nice but I'm left wishing it had a few features like the ability to bump up the text size or tweak the CSS stylesheet that they're obviously tweaking themselves to change the layout. I currently run mobile.twitter.com in a site-specific browser with my own CSS changes applied (to turn round profile pictures into roundrects, change some spacing and sizing) and I'd love for it to look more native like Boxy but still with the ability to have my own CSS changes applied. Good start though! And smart to base it on mobile.twitter.com since it's very lightweight.
Hi Mike, thanks so much for the feedback! Different font sizes are coming in a future update. Would you mind sharing your css with email@example.com? I’d love to take a look, for sure there’s more we can do to make it feel more native.