Tapbots, developer of popular third-party Twitter client Tweetbot, as well calculator app Calcbot have announced some of their plans for 2015. Updates are coming for both Calcbot and Tweetbot on Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
Calcbot for Mac is the latest app from Tapbots, maker of the original Calcbot for iOS, and the extremely popular Tweetbot. What it is and what it does is all right there in the name — it's a calculator, it runs on the Mac, and it's got some robot-like smarts built right in.
Tapbots has pushed out a nice little update to the popular Tweetbot Twitter app for iPhone that among other things brings support for multiple images. With this latest version you're able to post and view multiple images right within one Tweet. Nifty. Here's what else is new:
Tweetbot 3 for iPhone has been given a small, but not insignificant update today, adding support for Twitters new direct message image support feature. Added to the official Twitter client a few weeks ago, Tweetbot is one of the first of the third-party apps to add the new feature.
Tweetbot 3.1 is out, adding some important features to Tweetbot, including using lists as timeline, quick actions, and independent text sizing. To use one of your lists as your timeline, first make sure that Tweetbot has loaded your lists at least once. Then, in the timeline view, tap and hold on the timline name at the top of the screen. Choose your desired list from the drop-down menu that appears.
Paul Haddad and Mark Jardine - Tapbots - have posted a frequently asked questions (FAQ) page dedicated to Tweetbots 3, and more specifically, any common confusion or feature requests people might have. From Tapbots:
Tweetbot maker Tapbots has just posted an entry to their blog stating that an updated version for iOS 7 has been submitted to the App Store and should be available in the coming weeks. According to Tapbots, they think we'll be just as excited as they are about the update:
When Netbot was launched back in October of last year, we praised it as a fine client for the fledgling App.net service. Since then both the service and the app have evolved, with version 1.3 of Netbot gaining support for the new Messaging API. Additionally, in an effort to spur adoption of App.net, developer Tapbots has decided to reduce the price for Netbot to free.