Tweetbot 6.1 gains PiP video, new icons, and more
What you need to know
- Tweetbot 6.1 is now available for download from the App Store.
- The update includes new picture-in-picture support and more.
Popular Twitter client Tweetbot has a new iPhone and iPad update out that brings the version number all the way up to 6.1. The release, which is available for download now, adds support for picture-in-picture (PiP) video as well as some new icons. Bug fixes and a new high contrast theme round out the list of changes.
The arrival of support for PiP is likely the most notable feature here, with users now able to continue watching Twitter videos while doing other things around their device. But the new icons are also well worth a try, too.
Tweetbot for iOS 6.1 submitted to Apple. Featuring a new dark theme, more app icons, and a new video player with PIP. Coming soon! pic.twitter.com/JbGcEuySE0Tweetbot for iOS 6.1 submitted to Apple. Featuring a new dark theme, more app icons, and a new video player with PIP. Coming soon! pic.twitter.com/JbGcEuySE0— Tapbots (@tapbots) April 6, 2021April 6, 2021
- Totally redesigned video player with PIP support
- New set of custom icons
- New High Contrast Light theme
- Lots of bug fixes
Users of Tweetbot can download the newly updated version from the App Store (opens in new tab) now. It's a free update with an in-app purchase available to unlock specific functionality. Tweetbot is one of the best Twitter apps for iPhone and is very much recommended.
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