Tapbots has updated Tweetbot for Mac this afternoon, bringing the app to version 1.4. The update brings about the ability for OS X Mavericks users to reply to tweets or direct messages, directly from notifications.
The new app also includes a number of other welcome improvements as well, such as smoother scrolling (10.9 only) and faster refreshing on lists and saved searches. And as usual, there are a flurry of bug fixes…
Here is the full 1.4 change log:
– Smoother Scrolling (10.9 only)
– You can now reply to tweets/DMs from the notification itself (10.9 only)
– Lists and saved searches now refresh every 2 minutes instead of 4
– Fixed the issue where you’d see ‘Please enable wifi’ when fetching your location while composing a tweet
– Fixed the issue where searching your timeline, then scrolling to top then dismissing search field could move your timeline to the top
– Fixed a potential issue where app could hang when using secondary windows
– Fixed a few issues on 10.7
– Various bug fixes and improvements for 10.9
For me, the new quick notification reply feature is huge. It works just like it does with iMessage or email: tapping on an appropriate Tweetbot notification allows you to ‘quick reply’ without having to open the app.
I also instantly noticed how much smoother the scrolling is. In fact the entire app feels better. Again, much of this is only for OS X Mavericks users. But for those that are, who use Tweetbot, this update is a no-brainer.
You can find the latest version of Tweetbot for Mac, in the Mac App Store, for $19.99.