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Tweetbot has been a fantastic client for Twitter, and I've never experienced any glitches. Its GUI is intuitive and clean, and importantly lacks the ads that Twitter's app shows. However, Twitter has been ending support for various APIs that make third party apps like Tweetbot possible and useful. As a result and through no fault of the developers of Tweetbot, Tweetbot's usefulness and features are in decline. They have had to recently end features such as user statistics because that info is no longer being pushed by Twitter to third parties. It's a shame, and while the app still functions flawlessly, the increasing stripping of features is becoming an annoyance. It's not Tweetbot's fault, but it does mean that my otherwise heartfelt recommendation for the app has to be made with the important caveat that third party twitter clients are no longer really supported by Twitter and thus Tweetbot is not as useful as it should be. My experience with the app has been excellent otherwise, but I suspect that in the future Tweetbot might not really function properly at all if Twitter keeps scrapping support for their APIs. It's at that point that I will probably stop using Twitter though.
Don’t write reviews often, but just wanted to express my liking of the 5.0 update. Appreciate haptic feedback and also oled display support in dark mode. I always like a new refresh of things and appreciate change, so the updated profile view is nice and the iconography is simple but still easy to follow after the update. I like the “follows you” tag when swiping through to a tweet from someone. Also *love* video autoplay. Something I did like from the standard Twitter app. Couple pieces of feedback just for change, the startup of the app is still white, so it’s a bit jarring at night, and hope you change that to reflect dark mode options. And also, swiping through to a tweet, if someone has a verified badge, it doesn’t show in that swipe through view. Can be a bit confusing. But other than that, loving the update, and thank you for still supporting as much as possible even after Twitter removed support for api’s and haven’t added others like polls. I still prefer to use TweetBot over the standard app for timeline convenience especially.
Social media apps are generally made for the purpose of hooking their users, pulling them into a forever loop of stats and notifications. Tweetbot has always been good for getting out of that loop, with an interface that deemphasizes numbers and puts the things that actually matter in the forefront. Due to meddling from Twitter, they've had to remove a few features such as notifications for likes and retweets, and reply and message notifications have gotten slower. They've removed the page showing which tweets of yours are popular. That's sad for the devs who have to compete with the main app, but I turned off those features years ago. What's left is an experience full of what you want to use twitter for in the first place, without annoying things that you don't want. It's a social media app that you only pick up when you want it. There's no reason to use anything else. A twitter without tweetbot is not worth using. If twitter turns off support for apps like this I will leave the service entirely.
Even after the newest update, Tweetbot continues to be thee best Twitter app in the App Store. Having said that, the only points of criticism i have are: the new icon; it’s...not good. maybe the devs aren’t happy about all the restrictions Twitter have placed on 3rd party apps, and the new aggressive looking icon is a way to show that. I can understand that, if that’s the case, but it’s such a deviation of what i’ve come to love about this app. Tweetbot 4’s icon was such a great evolution of the one before it; it was very unique and, to me at least, had an air of subtle confidence. It’s almost like the old icon was designed in a way that the devs knew they had an amazing app but didn’t have to prove it. The other point of criticism i have is offering the old grey dark mode as a third option. The pitch black dark mode is great, but it’d be nice to have the grey dark mode as kind of the medium setting in between the bright mode and the pitch black dark mode. Other than those two gripes, this app is and continues to be my favorite app on my dock.
Thanks, Tapbots, for the updates and addressing the issues I’d reviewed in a previous post. Really appreciate your timely response. The app’s stability has improved quite a bit but I’m currently having an issue where my trending topics are stuck, regardless of the country I select. It’s been this way for about 3 days or so. I reset the cache and also logged out/in to no avail. Also, when I tap an embedded video link, the audio doubles (it starts playing over itself at the same time), if I try to manually drag the video button back to rewind and release, the video begins again but then with no sound. On a second attempt to rewind, it will play correctly. Lastly, I’ve had issue with video playback. The embedded clip will end and then I can’t swipe it away to continue scrolling, it’s as if its frozen. To address it, I have to escape Tweetbot by swiping up and then re-launching it. It used to happen a lot and it was very distracting. Thanks in advance, love this app.
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Tweetbot 5 for Twitter has 22 103 user reviews.
Tweetbot 5 for Twitter has an average rating of 4.7.
The latest version of Tweetbot 5 for Twitter (5.1.4) was released on Oct 30, 2019.
You can download Tweetbot 5 for Twitter here:.
Tweetbot is an award-winning Twitter client for iOS and the Mac. Create lists and use them as curated timelines. Create and share powerful mute filters using keywords or regular expressions. Use timeline filters to quickly reveal tweets you want to see and hide the ones you don’t. Tweetbot lets you take over
your timeline and view it your way.
What’s New in Version 5:
- GIF support in compose view (Powered by Giphy).
- Redesigned profiles.
- Redesigned tweet status details.
- New iconography and app icon.
- Optimized dark theme for OLED displays.
- Support for haptic feedback.
- Auto video playback in the timeline (which can be disabled in the settings).
- Ability to add descriptions to images when composing.
Why Choose Tweetbot:
- Create and use Twitter Lists as multiple timelines.
- Filter any timeline via keywords or predefined criteria (like tweets with media or links only) and save for future access.
- Second column on iPad to view other content like a list, mentions, search results, and etc at the same time.
- Sync your unread status and timeline position across all of your devices running Tweetbot (Mac, iPhone, iPad).
- No inline ads.
Timeline Filters. Quickly filter a timeline to show only tweets with media, retweets, links, or create your own keyword or rules-based filter. Access these saved filters any time with two taps.
Mute Filters. Hide Tweets in your timelines by specific users, keywords, hashtags, or even the client that published the Tweet. Select the length of time to mute and use regular expressions for smarter muting.
Profile Notes. Ever forget why you followed someone or wanted to jot notes for future reference? Create private notes on a user’s profile that only you can see.
Custom Timelines. Create and manage public or private lists and then use them as curated timelines. Tweetbot allows you to quickly switch between lists and even use one as your main timeline.
iCloud Sync. Tweetbot syncs your read position and much more so your experience is seamless when switching from desktop to mobile and vice versa.
Tweet Topics. Start tweet topics to automatically chain together multiple Tweets (with the ability to append optional hashtags) and create tweet storms.
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