Atebits has released Tweetie 2, the sequel to its original Tweetie application for the iPhone and iPod touch. New in Tweetie 2 is support for video tweets, live filtering of users’ Twitter streams, full persistence, a fully-capable offline mode including offline reading and drafts, threaded conversations, a revamped “Nearby” mode, support for geotagging metadata, and more. Tweetie 2 is available now from the App Store and sells for $3.
Skullcandy has launched its new official application for the iPhone and iPod touch. The new app offers up-to-the-minute weather conditions for a host of surfing and skiing locations worldwide, GPS-based search for nearby surfing locations, ski slopes, and skate parks, videos of all three sports fed by SkullcandyTV.com, streaming music from over 50 artists, a variety of built-in and user-submitted wallpapers, and more. The official Skullcandy application for iPhone and iPod touch is available now as a free download from the App Store.
Jens Dämgen has introduced Pro Camera 2.0, the latest version of the camera application for the iPhone. Pro Camera 2.0 features a 4x digital zoom, a hardware-based image stabilization system that monitors accelerometer data to snap a shot when the device is still, a tiltmeter to indicate the relationship of the iPhone to the horizon, a self timer option, and more. Pro Camera is available now and sells for $3.
Capcom has released BombLink, its latest game for the iPhone and iPod touch. In BombLink, players must attempt to use falling flames to light bombs’ fuses in order to clear them from the screen. Features include a variety of explosive items such as obstruction and bonus bombs, three game play modes, three levels of difficulty, in-game iPod playback support, and more. BombLink sells for $2; a free Lite version is also available.