Tweetbot 3 iPhone 6

About ten days since Tweetbot for OS X brought these new features to the Mac, now Tweetbot for iPhone and iPod touch has picked up support for notifications related to Twitter’s new embedded quoting feature while laying groundwork for longer Direct Messages, a feature Twitter announced almost a month weeks ago but has yet to enable on its end.

Also, Tweetbot 3.6.2 for Mac now produces crisper video thanks to improved video upload quality.

You don’t need to manually enable longer Direct Messages in Tweetbot, but keep in mind you won’t be able to message others using Direct Messages longer than 140 characters until Twitter enables this feature on its servers.

As mentioned before, you can now elect to receive push notifications when someone has retweeted your tweet using Twitter’s new quotation format.

Tweetbt for iOS enable alerts for Quoted Tweets

As shown on the screenshot above, enabling notifications for Quoted Tweet requires you to flip the Quotes switch to ON under the Notifications section of your account in Tweetbot’s settings.

Tweetbot 3.6.2 for iOS highlights:

  • Support for Quoted Tweet notifications (enable in Tweetbot Settings)
  • Support for longer Direct Messages (enabled by Twitter in the near future).
  • Improved video upload quality

This update is free to existing users of Tweetbit. The 7.3-megabyte iPhone and iPod touch app requires iOS 7.0 or later.

Grab Tweetbot 3 for iPhone and iPod touch for $4.99 in the App Store.

  • port87

    does tweetbot support notifications from a specific user?

    • Fırat Çiftçi


    • al7oot

      Sadly NO and this is why I’m still using Twitter App

    • Guy

      I wish the samething

  • mahe

    “This update is free to existing users of Tweetbit.”
    Tweetbit? 😀

  • Whatever happened to the fabled iPad app? You know the one – announced for iOs7, iOS8 and will probably still be a myth when they announce it for iOS9.

    • Sleaka J

      Dunno. But Tweetbot lost me as a customer because of that. Never bought version 3 for iPhone, I’ve moved to Twitterific.

    • Al

      It’s baffling that it’s taking this long. It’s a fairly popular app. I understand they want to polish it as much as possible, but 2 iOS version that’s been unaccounted… Is poor customer support.

  • Byron C Mayes

    You call this Tweetbot’s iOS app several times in the article (including the headline), when it’s actually Tweetbot for iPhone and iPod Touch.

    Tweetbot has an alleged companion app for the iPad that hasn’t seen an update for over a year now (13 months as I write this).