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:
We were aiming for the iOS 7 launch date, but unfortunately we didn’t make it. We’ve been working night and day for the last 4 months to re-design and develop an app that took over a year to build. The good news is that we are extremely happy with the results and can’t wait to share it with everyone.
Tapbots goes on to explain some of where their thought process and planning is with some of their other apps such as Weightbot, Convertbot, and Calcbot so if you own any of those apps, make sure you hit the Tapbots blog to read more on what's going on with them too.
For all the Tweetbot fans out there, your wait shouldn't be long now.
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