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The timeline is readable and includes a toolbar that appears when you tap and hold on a tweet. You can use this to reply, retweet, favorite, go to an embedded URL, add the twitterer to the ZipIt! list, or email it.
Tapping on the Zip It! icon will let you add a twitter user, a trend, or a keyword to a mute list. Let me just say that I would NEVER add @panache (Dave Caolo) to my Zip It! list.
You can change the bottom menu bar to have just the buttons that you want. Nice customization!
The mentions list works almost like the main timeline. It's very readable, and easy to respond to a tweet.
From the start screen, you can either go straight into one of your Twitter accounts, or you can look at the Top Tweets. Suggested users? It's a list of people you may wish to follow.
See those beady little eyes looking at you? That's one of the whimsical features added to the app. Here, it's showing a gap in your Twitter timeline.
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