Tweetbot for Twitter
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Tweetbot is an award-winning, native Twitter client for the Mac. This full-featured client has fantastic support for multiple accounts and lists. It also has powerful mute filters, multiple column views, and much more.
Designed for OS X.
Tweetbot feels right at home in Yosemite with its beautiful interface, animations, support for Retina Displays and Notification Center.
Multiple Columns & Windows.
Open saved searches, lists, mentions, direct message conversations and more into columns or windows and never miss a tweet.
Hide tweets that you don’t want to see for a short period or forever. Mute people, hashtags, or tweets via keywords (includes regex).
Multiple Device Sync.
If you use Tweetbot on iOS, your timeline, unread status, and mute filters will automatically stay in sync so you can always continue where you left off across devices.
Support for 3rd Party Services.
Tweetbot supports bitly, CloudApp, Droplr, img.ly, Instapaper, Mobypicture, Pinboard, Pocket, Readability, and yfrog
What's New in Version 2.0.3
- Performance improvement on retina
- Fixed issue with new 10,000 character DMs
Incomplete feature set
It’s nifty, and has a lot of features that web twitter doesn’t. Muting words/tags, looking at lists side by side, etc.
But it’s missing:
- Group DMs. It doesn’t even split them up into a bunch of messages to/from each person like my first smartphone did. They don’t appear *at all*.
- Seeing non-mention interactions in the mentions pane - wanting to see it all at once is a personal choice, but it’s not even an option. It cannot be that hard to add.
- Being able to have 2 fully-functioning account windows open. Why not? Why make me switch all the time?
- Threaded replies. Again, personal preference, but why not make it a setting?
Tweetbot did correctly post a 4-picture tweet for me when web twitter kept barfing. That’s worth something.
Great, but misses the mark in some areas
TweetBot is a great Twitter client, arguably one of the best. But on the desktop, it's annoying that going into a tweet detail and clicking on either the 'faves' or 'retweets' opens FavStar in a browser window. Why can't they just display that info in the app itself?
Thanks for the update!
Love the app on the iPhone and now the Mac. It's a little thing, but I also appreciate how the icon is more square.
- Category: Social Networking
- Updated: Aug 18, 2015
- Version: 2.0.3
- Size: 11.4 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Tapbots
- © 2012-2015 Tapbots LLC
Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor