I've discussed some of these with Andrew, I hope he doesn't mind me posting them here as well.
First, I was wondering if there was a better option to select a @friend in a twit* or reply than the rolling slot machine selector. When you have a lot of friends, even a couple of hundred, and you want to find @waysidedrive, you end up doing a lot of flicking to get there. Is there any way to get a similar interface as Contacts or Facebook has, with the alphabet on the right and touching that scrolls you to the letter you tried to touch? Since Facebook is doing it, maybe there's a public API that can be used.
Second, I'd like to be able to filter out
hashtags. Sometimes something is going on that I don't care about, like #americanidol. If I could click on the Twit and select and option to filter that hashtag, that would be great, and much easier than typing it in myself. But I'd accept that if I had to.
Third, and I've seen this in another iPhone Twitter app, is the ability for it to a) tell me that the link I was following was for YouTube, do I still want to continue, and if I accept, b) opens the link in YouTube, not in the internal browser. It even does this for shortened links, which means it's parsing and expanding the link, seeing it's YouTube, and then doing all I just described. Maybe there's an API for this.
I've discussed 2 and 3 with Andrew, but just wanted to put them out there as I've since had the idea for 1 as well.
I am really enjoying the features of Twittelator Pro, and know Andrew is going to keep making it better.
P.S. I would love to see a Twittelator Desktop app that synced with the iPhone app, so I could easily go back and forth and keep my place!
*Yeah, I call 'em Twits. Deal with it.