Popular Twitter client Tweetbot has been updated to version 2.7, bringing with it some great new features, including the ability to open links in Chrome and 1Password. In order to open links in either browser, go into Tweetbot’s settings, and under General there will be a new setting called Browser. If you have Chrome or 1Password installed, they will appear there, along with Safari, of course. You can only choose one browser at a time.
The update also contains new inline support for Flickr, allowing images from Flickr to be displayed natively in Tweetbot. Additionally, Tweetbot now has native support for Twitter’s new Vine video sharing service. There is also enhanced support for muting Tweets with URLs, along with bug fixes.
The update is live on the App Store right now. Go grab it, and let us know what you think.
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