The new Tweetbot 3.0 app is completely revamped for iOS 7 and few apps look as good as the new light freshness of Tweetbot. Little animations like bouncing buttons, little details like blurred backgrounds and so forth make it absolutely delightful for diehard tweeters. $3 [iTunes]
TweetBot, the hugely popular iOS Twitter client, finally comes in a finished desktop version available in the Mac App Store for 20 bucks. No joke. It appears to be a nicely polished piece of software with some smart features, but is there any way to justify that price when you can just use Twitter's app for free?
If you use Twitter's official Mac app on a MacBook Pro Retina you know that it sucks. It's a piece of unreadable blurry crap that makes me want to punch my computer. Thankfully, Tapbots came to the rescue with a gorgeous, Retina-optimized Twitter client: Tweetbot.
Under the guise of praising the new MacBook Pro's gorgeous retina display, Tapbots' Mark Jardine just confirmed the existence of the Tweetbot Mac app.
You can launch pretty much any iPhone app on the iPad. If it's not a universal app, it'll look all pixelated and ugly and you'll wonder why the developer hasn't gotten around to making an iPad version of the app. Maybe the developer's happy with just an iPhone app. Maybe they'll rush an iPad app into the store and…
The Twitter update, like all updates, angered some people. We found some of the best Twitter apps out there to ease the updating pain and it turns out, one our choices is now on sale. It's a Twitter miracle! Plus, pretend you're an air-traffic controller, get five games in one, and Assassin's Creed has a card game now.
The official Twitter app for iPhone's been pissing everyone off since the introduction of the Dickbar. Even though it's since been removed, there's a general wariness around the app—so it's not surprising people are flocking to Tweebot, which just launched today.