Tweetbot 4 for Twitter
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Tweetbot is a wonderful Twitter client that’s powerful and a joy to use. Sync your timeline across your iPhone, iPad, and Mac (Tweetbot for Mac also available in the Mac App Store). Mute tweets by users, hashtags, tweet sources, or keywords (including regex). 3rd Party support for image, video, read later, and timeline sync services. Tweetbot also has all the features you’d expect in a full-featured Twitter client like lists and direct messages, and others you wouldn’t like the statistics view, a night theme for low-light reading, and much more.
What’s New in Version 4:
- iPad Support (Universal)
- Landscape Support on iPhone and iPad
- New Statistics and Activity View.
- New Column View in Landscape on iPad and the iPhone 6+
- Split View Multi-tasking on iPad
- More Granular Mute Filter Settings
- Quick Reply from Notifications
- Safari View Controller with Support for Content Blockers
- Improved User Profiles
- Improved Status Detail
- Refreshed User Interface
- Many Optimizations Under the Hood
Statistics and Activity View.
Enjoy keeping track of how popular your tweets are or how many new followers you get each day? Fall in love with the new Statistics view. Watch your tweets get faved and retweeted in real time (on a WiFi network), and see your daily global activity graph grow over the last 7 days. See all of the recent activity happening on your account in real time on the Activity view. Watch people follow, mention, retweet, fave, and quote you live.
Column View on iPad and iPhone 6+.
Tweetbot just got a lot more powerful with the new column view. Just rotate your iPad or iPhone 6+ to landscape and have a column dedicated to a list, search result, mentions, statistics, or activity stream.
Other Notable Features:
- Support for 3rd party services
- Add multiple accounts
- Powerful mute filters
- Push notifications
- Customizable navigation (iPhone)
- Save and edit tweet drafts
- Edit and view lists
- Wi-Fi timeline streaming
- Timeline sync across multiple devices
- Night theme for low-light reading
- Smart gestures to quickly access tweet details, reply, retweet and favorite.
- Status display customization
What's New in Version 4.6.2
Added ability to do a "Classic" reply, just tap and hold on the reply button. Note in this mode all user names still count towards the 140 character limit.
- Very recently Twitter added new API to allow sending of images via DM and now you can too
- When replying to a Tweet the names of the users you are replying to no longer count against the 140 character limit
Expensive and Not Worth It
For an app that costs so much flipping money you would think that you'd get all of the features of Twitter and then some. Unfortunately that's not the case. I was apparently part of a group DM for a few days before logging in on my computer and seeing it there. You cannot see or participate in polls.
The unfortunate thing is that the design is nicer than the Twitter app, and I don't have to worry about the unnecessary things such as "Incase you missed it..." or "You Might Like..." or ads shoved in my face every three tweets. So for those reasons alone I'll keep using it. But I also have to have the twitter app downloaded as well to access those other features.
Don't get sucked in like I did.
Works for me w/one complaint
Tweetbot does everything I need a mobile Twitter app to do, and I find the aesthetic more pleasing than Twitter itself.
My only beef is that it still transmits notifications for people I've blocked. If I look at my phone fast enough, I can even see the offensive tweet. This partially defeats the purpose of blocking someone in my opinion. I would love to see them update the app so if you block someone, they're well and truly BLOCKED.
incredible twitter client
tweetbot is the best twitter client i have used on any platform. i use it both on my iphone and on my mac.
some things that tweetbot could improve upon are notifications and the UX.
notifications are currently semi-rich, so we can see the full text of a tweet. it would be nice to see fully rich notifications, so we can see things like maybe the avi of the user interacting with us, and maybe the previews of any accompanying media also.
as for the UX, it's overall pretty spot-on. the auto-theme setting is weird in that it depends on the brightness of your screen and not the time of day. also there is no haptic feedback in the app whatsoever, which makes tweetbot feel kind of out of place on the iphone 7 series.
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- Category: Social Networking
- Updated: Apr 24, 2017
- Version: 4.6.2
- Size: 12.5 MB
- Apple Watch: Yes
- Languages: English, Arabic, French, German, Japanese, Russian, Spanish
- Seller: Tapbots
- © 2012-2017 Tapbots LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.