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.
Ahead of the debut of the new iPad on Friday, 16 March 2012, though, and in accompaniment with their recent update to Camera+, Tapbot has pushed through the 2.1 update of Tweetbot for iPad. iPhone version will be coming soon. It supports Retina Display resolution, Camera+ 3.0 image capturing and editing. The new update also introduces streaming to the mix.
Over on their official blog, Tapbot highlights all of the new features:
*iPad graphics optimized for the new iPad’s retina display
*Streaming (when on WiFi with settings to disable it)
*The “new tweets” sound is now limited to mentions, DM’s, and new tweets via pull-to-refresh
*Double-tapping on the timeline tab button takes you to last read tweet before going to the top *Improvements to the Tweetmarker service
*Camera+ 3.0 Capturing/Editing Support
*Bug fixes related to direct messages?
vMany other bug fixes
These changes are fascinating. Especially streaming, which eliminates the pull-to-refresh functionality and instead bubbles up new Tweets as they happen, in real time.
Tapbot says that the iPhone version of this app has been submitted, but is yet to be approved. It will probably be ready in the next couple of days to download.
You can download Tweetbot for $2.99 here, or simply get the update through the App Store, if you already have it.
Source: Cult Of Mac