You can easily scroll to the top of any list view in iOS by tapping the iOS Status Bar at the top of your screen (where time is displayed).
Sorry, Tweetlogix does not offer its own push notification service. However, there is an option to enable iOS background refresh for infrequent local notifications. Another possible alternative is to configure Boxcar to receive push notifications and open Tweetlogix.
Background Refresh is a feature of iOS which enables apps to occasionally awaken from a suspended state to refresh themselves. In Tweetlogix, you can enable background refresh for Twitter Mentions and Direct Messages.
The retweet action is disabled for tweets posted by protected Twitter users. Twitter Terms of Service for developers do not permit sharing of protected Twitter content.
This typically indicates that you have a web mobilizer enabled. To disable the web mobilizer, tap the mobilizer button (text document icon) located in the upper-right of the web view.
Most Twitter authentication problems can be resolved in Tweetlogix by logging in again with your existing account to re-authenticate with Twitter.
Yes, you can return back to the home timeline from anywhere in the app by double-tapping the top navigation bar (where the title is shown).
Yes, you can choose which timelines your filters are applied to by navigating to Settings > Filters > Scope. Then just turn off Mentions or any other timeline where you prefer not to mute tweets.
Boxcar 2 can be configured to open Tweetlogix when it receives Twitter push notifications by selecting Tweetlogix within Boxcar settings.
Sorry, Twitter does not offer the ability for third party apps to accept follower requests. These requests need to be accepted using the Twitter web interface or official Twitter mobile apps.
To clear the recent hashtags list, open the Compose view, then tap More > Hashtags. You’ll find a Clear button in the lower left.
Yes, Tweetlogix can be launched using the tweetlogix:// protocol. For details, see the Tweetlogix URL Scheme documentation.
Twitter enforces a rate limit for all third party apps which restricts the number of Twitter API requests that can be performed from an app for each user account.