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Direct Messenger is how we should officially use DM with the iPhone

Twitter se estrena con las notificaciones interactivas de iOS 8

We have been commenting for some time now on Genbeta how bad it is going Twitter . Both in terms of functions and adoption of active users, as well as on a financial level, especially after the resignation of its CEO. Therefore, and despite the limitations imposed on them, it is normal for third-party developers to devise applications that make better use of the service .

Direct Messenger is how we should officially use DM with the iPhone
Direct Messenger is how we should officially use DM with the iPhone

One such application is Direct Messenger, which moves away from being a normal Twitter client to focus only on the direct messages of the service . We could say that it is an instant messaging client that uses those private messages as a base. And the time is right, now that those messages can be up to 10,000 characters long.

With an interface very similar to that of Facebook Messenger for iOS, Direct Messenger brings convenience above all

Direct Messenger adopts one of the best instant messaging client interfaces for iOS available right now, Facebook Messenger, to easily send direct Twitter messages with content such as emoticons, our location or photos .

It’s missing some details to be polished, like the repetitive alerts for us to activate notifications (I hope this wasn’t done with that intention, because they are quite unbearable and force us to activate them) and the list of direct messages we’ve already sent that doesn’t appear. But even so, Direct Messenger is a client with numbers to stay on the iPhone of all of you who use the Twitter DM frequently. And it is completely free from the App Store.

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