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The Making of Twitterrific

Go behind the scenes and learn what went into the creation of Twitterrific 5 via the iMore Podcasts.

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WWDC and Thee

Craig and Corey are joined this year by Anthony at Apple's World Wide Developer Conference 2009.

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The Early Worm Gets the Bird!

AnnouncingTwitterrific.com, your source for info about our popular Twitter app including a peek at v 2.0 for iPhone.

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Twitterrific 1.1.1 for iPhone & iPod touch

Twitterrific for the iPhone and iPod touch has been updated to version 1.1.1 with several small, but important bug fixes.

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The Kit and Caboodle of 2008

The Iconfactory releases the QuickPix 2008 collection containing all of the single icon releases of this year.

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Twitterrific One of 2008's Top iPhone Apps

We're honored that Twitterrific has been named one of Apple's top iPhone applications of 2008. Fly Blue Bird, fly!

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Twitterrific 1.1 for iPhone

Twitterrific 1.1 for iPhone is available in the AppStore

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We're Still Kickin'

Things have been pretty quiet around the Iconfactory lately. Client and iPhone work has kept busy behind the scenes.

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Iconfactory In the Media

The Iconfactory is highlighted in a local Greensboro news story & Ged is interviewed about Twitterrific for MacVoices.

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Iconfactory Honored with Apple Design Award

Twitterrific honored at WWDC 2008 with an Apple Design Award for Best iPhone Social Networking Application.

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WWDC Is the Place You Ought to Be!

Craig and Corey prepare for the 2008 pilgrimage to San Francisco and Apple's World Wide Developer Conference.

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Join Us for TUAW's Sunday Night Talkcast

Craig & Ged will be guests on TUAW's weekly talkcast this Sunday night. Got a burning question? Bring it on baby!

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Yeah, Scratch That

Our previous report that none of the workers have hacked their iPhones has now gone out the window. Thanks Craig!

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Announcing IconBuilder for Windows 2.0

The Iconfactory is pleased to announce an all-new version of our icon construction filter - IconBuilder for Windows 2.0.

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IconBuilder Updated to 8.5.1

The Iconfactory has updated our Adobe Photoshop filter for creating icons on the Macintosh to version 8.5.1.

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Ars Technica Interview with Craig Hockenberry

Our own Chief Typist, Craig Hockenberry, sat down with Ars Technica at WWDC '07 for a friendly interview. Check it out.

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Twitterrific 1.1.1 Now Available

The Iconfactory's fun desktop application for use with Twitter gets a few bug fixes with the release of version 1.1.1.

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Twitterrific 1.1 Now Available

The Iconfactory's fun desktop application for use with Twitter gets numerous improvements with the release of version 1.1.

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Announcing IconBuilder 8.1

The Iconfactory releases Iconbuilder 8.1 with support for Windows Vista and larger icons for Mac OS X

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WWDC and Beyond

Craig and Corey recap their time at Apple's WWDC Expo and offer some advice regarding the future of UI design.

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Want to Say Hi?

Corey and Craig prepare to make the annual pilgrimage to Apple's World Wide Developer Conference in California.

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iPulse for Your Shiny, New Hardware

The Iconfactory releases a small maintenance release for our popular OS X monitoring utility iPulse.

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Announcing IconBuilder 8.0

The Iconfactory is pleased to announce an all-new version of our professional icon construction filter - IconBuilder 8.0

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Track Tiger with iPulse

Chief Typist, Craig Hockenberry, announces an update to our popular Mac OS X monitoring utility - iPulse.

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Arm Yourself with DownloadCheck

Lead Engineer, Craig Hockenberry, announces the release of our latest freeware software product - DownloadCheck.

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Another Way To Support Our Efforts

The Iconfactory announces that software customers can now purchase our products directly through PayPal.

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iPulse Update Served Up Hot and Fresh

Chief Typist, Craig Hockenberry, releases an update to our popular Mac OS X monitoring utility - iPulse.

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New Info In The Developer Zone

Our Chief Typist, Craig Hockenberry, adds several new faq items to our Developer Zone help page to answer your questions.

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Iconfactory Founder At WWDC

Our very own Corey Marion makes a photographic appearance in an Apple gallery from the 2003 WWDC expo.

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Furbo Filters For OS X and Windows

Craig Hockenberry's set of Photoshop filters, Furbo Filters, makes its way to the Mac OS X and Windows platforms.

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