Tweetbot 3 for iOS 7 arrives, but it's not a free update
There's cause for celebration for Twitter power users who keep Tweetbot near and dear to their hearts. Tweetbot 3, the iOS 7-optimized update of arguably the most powerful Twitter client available on iPhone and iPad, has been released. But this is no free update. No, Tweetbot 3 is a new product, and that means buying the app again.
Developer Tapbot is aware this may put off some previous Tweetbot fans, so the app is currently on sale for US$2.99. Eventually that price will jump up to $4.99, so act now and look forward to these new features.
◆ Completely redesigned from the ground up for iOS7.
◆ Native Push Notifications.
◆ Mute filters let you block messages from users without unfollowing them. Mute services, hashtags, people and even keywords (regex included).
◆ Sync timeline position, direct message read statuses and mute filters between iPhone, iPad and the Mac via iCloud or Tweetmarker.
◆ Customizable Navigation. The last two tabs are customizable and unused tabs are easily accessible.
◆ Support for multiple services like Pocket, Instapaper, Readability, CloudApp, Droplr and more.
◆ Save drafts, add locations and POI's, attach photos/videos, manage your lists and much more.
You can watch a video preview of the new app design below.
Many users are noting some features have been removed, like being able to triple-tap to reply to a tweet, so let us know in the comments which features you find missing.
There's cause for celebration for Twitter power users who keep Tweetbot near and dear to their hearts. Tweetbot 3, the iOS 7-optimized...
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