Tweetbot has become one of the most prized Twitter third-party apps out there. Now, in its sixth generation, the app focuses on adding new features and changing how customers pay.
Tweetbot is one of the most popular third-party Twitter apps out there for iOS, and now it supports expanded support for trackpads, making it even more helpful.
Tapbot is out with its latest app update for Tweetbot 5. Version 5.0 arrives just weeks after Twitter's recent API changes forced the popular third-party service to remove key features on both its iOS and macOS apps.
Twitter's long-awaited AI changes have now been activated after first being announced earlier this year. In doing so, key features are currently being disabled for third-party Twitter clients such as Tweetbot and Twitterific. We're now hearing more from Twitter on why these changes have been implemented and why it's essential for the company going forward. The comments came through in a company-wide email sent to employees just as the changes went live.
Thanks to a recently imposed Twitter API change, Tapbot's Tweetbot app for iPhone and iPad is about to lose essential functionality. The changes will also affect what type of information Tweetbot Apple Watch users can see on their wrists.
Developer Tapbots today released Tweetbot 3 for Mac on Mac App Store.
Twitter announced on Friday that beginning immediately, its Mac app will no longer be available for download, and the app will no longer be supported in 30 days. Whether or not Twitter was ever committed to their Mac app is an entirely different conversation, but the company suggests users access the service via the web, which it says will provide a consistent experience across platforms.
The official Twitter client is a cleanly designed app and certainly functional for browsing Twitter, but the world of third-party apps has spent years finding ways to improve what a Twitter client can be and do.
Tapbots today refreshed Tweetbot for iPhone and iPad, its popular Twitter client on App Store, with a trio of subtle changes, including the ability to easily return to your last read location.
The popular third-party Twitter client Tweetbot for iPhone and iPad was updated on App Store earlier this morning with support for the newly expanded tweet length limit.
A good chunk of Twitter users use Tweetbot instead of the stock Twitter app because it has a unique appearance and a bevy of useful features. Nevertheless, some would say it could be better.
A new free jailbreak tweak called SaveBot by iOS developer iTheGentle expands upon Tweetbot’s functionality by empowering users with the ability to save videos directly from their timelines.
Tweetbot users will be happy to hear that the Tapbots have updated their popular Twitter client today to support the just-released macOS Sierra software. The release brings the app to version 2.4.2, and it includes several improvements.
Among these improvements is support for extended Tweets—a change Twitter made to its service this week that prevents media URLs and Quote Tweets from counting against your 140 character limit. It also now supports extended videos.