When Tapbots released its highly-anticipated Tweetbot Twitter client on the Mac, the software was labeled as a free Alpha. This means that the developers are continuing to add major new features and bug fixes leading up to the official 1.0 release in the Mac App Store.
After a long time, Twitter has updated their logo. The logo shows the bird icon appearing in Twitter’s logo rotated just a few degrees counter-clockwise.
The redesigned App Store in iOS 6 has revealed a major upcoming update to Twitter’s official iPhone application.
Twitkafly is one of the favorite apps for many to send tweets. Many people wished this app could support Facebook as the Facebook and Twitter are favorite social networking websites for many.
Tweetbot, is among the most favorite Twitter apps that iOS users use. Thus, the news of a big update with new features must make the users happy.
There are many people who still use third-party Twitter clients for iOS, such as TweetBot because of the extensive features, quick loading speeds, and nifty appearances they offer.
Popular Twitter client Tweetbot has received a new update. The new update brings iCloud integration to Tweetbot.
Tweetbot for iPad is something we all love as we all love to Tweet. Like Facebook, another thing that we are all addicted to is Twitter.
Can’t stay away from Twitter? Use your iPad to tweet. If you are not amused with TwitkaFly and upset to see that Tweetbot is not compatible with iPad, we have good news for you. Following the release of the new Tweetbot version 2.0, the Tweetbot team has released Tweetbot for iPad, which is now available…
Those who want to tweet from their iDevice must not miss this. If your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch has been jailbroken, then TwitkaFly can be of great use to you if you love to tweet.