Tweetbot today received a large update for iPhone and iPad, with developer Tapbots releasing Tweetbot 5.0 to the world. The update is available as a free download for existing Tweetbot owners.
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Tweetbot for iOS has just been updated with support for 3D Touch features on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. Tweetbot has been the choice of app for many Twitter users around the globe, and as the latest smartphones from Apple begin to saturate the market, the update seems to have come in at the right time.
Tapbots have just flipped the switch to make Tweetbot 4 available to download for iOS. The new version of Tweetbot is a universal app, which means it will work with both iPhone and iPad with a single purchase.
Tweetbot 2.0 for Mac has been released and it looks better than ever as the app comes out all guns blazing with its much due Retina support and some refreshing new aesthetic changes, including a more flatter UI for OS X Yosemite.
Tweetbot is among the most popular third-party Twitter clients for iPhone, and in line with Apple's introduction of two new iPhones as well as the iOS 8 software, has just been updated with a host of new and exciting features.
Tweetbot 3.1 for iPhone was released earlier this month that introduced a number of new features. The ability to view a list as a timeline, resize text basked on dynamic controls and using swipe gestures to quickly initiate a reply all made an appearance in the first major update of Tweetbot 3. Two weeks later, and after a number of teaser shots doing the rounds on the Internet, version 3.2 is now available in the App Store, bringing with it a number of impressive enhancements that should secure Tweetbot's place as the must-have Twitter app for iOS for the foreseeable future.
After a period of long wait, which almost feels like forever, Tweetbot 3 for iPhone has been finally released on the App Store, and as promised by its dev a while back, has been redesigned from the ground up to cater to the look and feel of iOS 7. More details and as well as direct App Store link can be found right here.
Tweetbot for OS X has been one of the more notable releases to hit the Mac App Store in recent times with the 1.0 release eventually landing on the store last month for public purchase after a lengthy public alpha and beta testing period. The iPhone and iPad apps of the same name have benefitted from multiple updates over their lives to bring additional functionality to the user and now it's the turn of Tweetbot for Mac to get the 1.0.1 update from Tapbots.