Tweetbot 3

The Tapbots have updated their popular Tweetbot 3 app for iPhone this morning. The update brings the Twitter client to version 3.4, and brings about a handful of new features, including support for multiple image viewing/posting, and more.

Users can now view and post multiple images from within Tweetbot 3, although Tapbots cautions that multiple images won’t show up in search or streaming timelines until Twitter enables support. We have the full change log after the break…

Here’s your change log:

What’s New in Version 3.4
– Support for viewing/posting multiple twitter images (multiple images won’t show up in search or streaming timeline until Twitter enables it in the future)
– Image detail views show corresponding tweet when relevant
– Instagram videos now marked with play icon
– Spanish Localization
– Various bug fixes

Unfortunately, today’s update doesn’t bring about iPad support, and there’s still no word on when the standalone Tweetbot iPad app will be updated with the new design. Tweetbot 3 originally launched for the iPhone back in October of last year.

Tweetbot has long been my go-to Twitter client, and I highly recommend version 3 for iPhone—though, folks watching the World Cup right now may want to checkout the native Twitter client. You can find Tweetbot 3 in the App Store for $4.99.

  • abdullah575

    I hate that develper !!! he is not making it FREE at all

    • Straw hat

      Lol dude i feel u but this app is worth the money.

      • ✪ aidan harris ✪

        The iPhone app is worth the money but the iPad app should be free IMHO. It hasn’t had a major update since forever…

      • Al

        I decided to move on from the iPad app. Went to Tweetings, I like the functionality of it. It uses columns which utilizes the screen real-estate of the iPad.

        iOS 8 is around the corner and it appears Tapbot will possible take another year to update the iPad app.

    • I bought it the first day it came out. It’s worth every penny.

  • Gate

    I really like Tweetbot and I’m glad to see that the dev’s are still adding new features to this already feature-rich Twitter client.
    Thanks for the post Cody!

  • unabatedshagie

    Also fixes all the issue when running it on iOS 8.

  • Andy

    Do these guys post about every single Tweetbot update?

  • MagicWizardStuff

    Such an overrated app.
    Tweetbot stopped being the “Cool Kid” in town after Tweetbot 3 was released.
    Tapbots have a very well educated and creative developer team but they are just lazy.

    In the last few years we’ve all heard nothing but excuses from their team about why they haven’t made updates to the rest of the Bot apps.

    Has anyone ever stopped and wondered why twitterrific 5 has twitter’s header API intergraded to let you change the header photo but when you ask the tapbots team about this missing feature in their “amazing app” the only response you will get is “twitter doesn’t allow access to those API’s”

    Bull. Shit.

    I’ll stick with twitterrific 5 thanks.
    If I was you I wouldn’t give another dime to these guys.
    They’re lazy and rude many agree, just read reviews on sites like IDB.
    😉

    • Andy

      I like how Twitterrific is a universal app, like how it should be.

  • People are also reporting that Tweetbot now fully works on iOS 8.

  • Héctor Viveros

    Why is he still not using Flickr API to upload photos.