Since all of the cool kids are doing it, I thought that I'd show you what's on my iPhone. My iPhone is the single most important piece of technology in my line-up. It goes with my everywhere, and is my primary method of communication. I keep the most important apps on my first Home screen. I don't use most of the stock apps enough for them to merit a place on my first screen. Those few that remain, however, I use every day without fail. Messages, Camera, Maps, and Safari all remain on my Home screen.
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 3.2 is now available, adding some enhancements, as well as the long-awaited night theme. Night theme turns all of the white elements of Tweetbot's UI dark gray. You can turn the theme on manually or set Tweetbot to turn it on automatically based on your screen brightness in the Display section of the app's settings.
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:
When iOS 7 was announced, one of the most frequent questions in the Apple design and development community immediately became - what will Tweetbot do? The thing about Tweetbot, and all of Tapbot's apps, was the way they looked. The personality. That was achieved through heavy, textured design. And iOS 7 was the opposite of that. All the personality was in the physics. And that's just where it's gone in Tweetbot 3 as well.