Of the many things you should/could do w/iPhone app, would be nice to have landscape mode :-)
When I tweet from my iPhone I can't read text beyond 35 characters or so because the new menu format blocks it.
I would be much happier if you do something about the "140 button" and the "Menu" tab in the landscape orientation on the iPhone. My long tweets start going behind them, and I can't see them. This forces me to turn the phone back to portrait.
Check the hoot suite screen when in landscape mode. The character counter and menu tab blocks the text that you are typing! I also Tweeted @hootsuithelp too!
enable langscape for viewing my stream on the iPhone. I can currently compose in landscape, but not view.
Landscape view to view and send tweets - with ability to hide keyboard easily too.
we’ve added landscape for composing Twitters messages on iPhone – will consider adding additional landscape views in the future – thanks!
Sorry meant to say use with "iPhone". Thx.
Marc van Maastricht commented
This one is still not added, but with the wider screen of the iPhone 5, it makes even more sense.
I can't believe that there's no landscape option for Hootsuite! I am just starting to use Twitter for my business and evaluating different clients. Hootsuite has been highly recommended, but as far as the mobile app, I would have to say it is the worst of the bunch...to the point I will probably avoid the client altogether. Sorry.
Yes landscape for viewing threads would be a wonderful feature! Please add this option! Thanks
Reading of streams is easier sometimes in landscape than in portrait. I hope that HootSuite will integrate this in time. Thank goodness that we can post in landscape:)
Would like to be able to use landscape on iPhone to access larger keypad.
PLEASE do thus for reading timelines!
Melissa Mae commented
Landscape mode for other views would be so that users don't have to keep flipping their phone back and forth (if they prefer landscape mode). If I'm typing in landscape mode, I want to keep my phone where it is instead of having to flip it back to portrait to continue using the app.