Easter Egg: Unlock Retro Theme Font For Twitterrific 5

If you’ve Twitterrific 5 installed on your iPhone or iPad, then here’s a cool way to unlock a retro theme font.

All you need to do is tweet “OMG Pixels!” using Twitterrific 5 or later on your iPhone and iPad. In fact, anything that contains the word “pixels” should also unlock the retro theme font.

IconFactory announced it via the following tweet, but it has been known ever since Twitterific 5.0.1 was released:

Here’s a screenshot of the retro theme font:

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A pretty cool way to unlock a theme. But I must admit, I still miss the days when features like tethering and quick snap could be enabled with an easter egg.

Let us know how it goes!

Download links:

➤ Twitterific – $2.99 (Special launch price – 50% discount for limited time)

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Categories: iPad Apps, iPhone Apps

  • Alan

    Awesome, thanks for the tip!

  • http://hackerkepzes.hu/ Facebook Master

    I really miss easter eggs from recent titles… a few years ago games and applications were full of EEs!

  • Pacomacman

    Please for god sake fix this web site! If I visit the main page on my iPad it is now serving up the mobile version with NO link to switch back to the full version. Also I can’t believe nobody has complained about the fact that the new comments system doesn’t allow you to edit mid paragraph on an iPad without screwing up. Since this site is intended your iOS users you should at least test the site on these devices.

  • Pacomacman

    Looks like the site is now displaying the full site, however the comments still suck!

    • http://www.iphonehacks.com iPhoneHacks

      Thanks Pacomacman for reporting the display issue, we’ll look into it.
      As for commenting, we use Disqus commenting system, so it may take longer to have that fixed. Sorry for the inconvenience.

  • Damani Brown

    Twitterriffic sucks. No notifications, No twit longer. I can’t even change my icon. App was good for nothing. Went back to Tweetbot. :) Very beast app.

    • http://rounak.me/ Rounak Jain

      It was never meant to be a power-user client. I simple use it for the design occasionally.

      • Damani Brown

        The previous version was much better. If you’re going to update an app, don’t update backwards; update forward. The previous version had those features — excluding push notifications. That was the only thing it was lacking. That is ALL they needed to fix, yet they decided to take a HUGE step backward for design. Will hurt them in the long run when people stop caring about how good it looks.

        • http://rounak.me/ Rounak Jain

          Oh, didn’t use the previous version much. They did say that push notifications are in their roadmap.

          • Damani Brown

            Let’s hope so. That feature alone will be good enough for me to switch. :)