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:
While Safari is a perfectly acceptable way to browse Twitter on your iPad, that doesn't mean it's the best experience. For that there are native Twitter apps. Whether you're a casual tweeter who just wants to follow their favorite celebs or a veteran wanting to manage lists and mute filters, there's an iPad Twitter app for you. Here are my current favorites and who I think they're best suited for...
Twitter has been updated to version 6.1, adding new options and features, including making it easier to reply with and edit photos. A couple of other improvements have been made to login verifications and discovery.
Twitterrific 5.6 has arrived on the App Store, adding some important new features, fixes, and improvements, the most notable of which is timeline streaming. Timeline streaming continuously updates your Twitter timeline while on Wi-Fi, and is enabled by going Twitterrific's settings, and selecting "Stream Timelines on Wi-Fi".
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.
Osfoora, one of our favorite Twitter clients for the Mac has just gotten a price reduction and it now $2.99 instead of $4.99. If you're looking for a great Twitter client at an equally great price, now may be a good time to pick up Osfoora.
Osfoora 2 for iPhone has finally dropped and anyone who has been using Twitter long enough probably remembers the original Osfoora. For a long time it was one of the most popular Twitter clients on the block. Now Osfoora 2 is available and is fully compatible with iOS 7 including background app refresh capabilities, a gorgeous interface, and more.
Twitter for iOS received a major update today, moving to version 6.0 with a refreshed design and some new tricks. The two major changes in the design are the new navigation bar and addition of the Activity and Discover timelines, accessed by swiping through the Timelines tab. Direct messages have also been moved to the navigation bar for easy, one-tap access from anywhere in the app.
Tweetly for iPhone is a new Twitter client for iPhone that focuses on providing a streamline user experience more than it focuses on containing every feature you could possibly cram into one client. For those that take and share a lot of photos, not only can you easily share your pictures, but edit them too.