Tweetbot for Twitter
Current Version: 2.5.1
Last Updated: 19 days ago
Download Size: 11.7 MB - Download
Tweetbot is an award-winning, native Twitter client for the Mac. This full-featured client has fantastic support for multiple accounts and lists. It also has powerful mute filters, multiple column views, and much more.
Designed for OS X.
Tweetbot feels right at home in Yosemite with its beautiful interface, animations, support for Retina Displays and Notification Center.
Multiple Columns & Windows.
Open saved searches, lists, mentions, direct message conversations and more into columns or windows and never miss a tweet.
Hide tweets that you don’t want to see for a short period or forever. Mute people, hashtags, or tweets via keywords (includes regex).
Multiple Device Sync.
If you use Tweetbot on iOS, your timeline, unread status, and mute filters will automatically stay in sync so you can always continue where you left off across devices.
Support for 3rd Party Services.
Tweetbot supports bitly, CloudApp, Droplr, img.ly, Instapaper, Mobypicture, Pinboard, Pocket, Readability, and yfrog
- Classic reply was changed from control-click to option-click.
- Classic reply improvements in tweet detail.
- Fixed keyboard navigation issue in tweet detail.
- Fixed a user reported crasher related to searching for users.
Most Helpful Reviews
Let’s rate the app itself - The app is honestly a 5 star app on it’s own merits. However you feel about the developers and their lack of progress on anything but the iPhone version, the sillyness of diverting attention from the iPad and Mac for a calculator app - This app is deserving of 5 stars on it’s own. There isn’t a better Twitter client. The app makes Twitter honestly feel more fun. It’s easier to keep up with stuff, you get better information and better tools than on the site, it even offered many things before the site did itself (Muting for example). It’s a game changer as far as Twitter goes, and it’s worth what it costs. The $19.99 (or whatever it is now, that’s what I paid when it launched) is well worth the cost. It’s steep for an app, but once you use it you’ll really forget that it cost that much because even as outdated as it is now, it still feels like a steal for that amount and it’s again, far superior to any other method of using Twitter. There’s literally nothing else that can be compared to it. That, and they also get limited tokens so the price really is justified. While the app desperately needs an major update like, yesterday (I’m with you guys) and the iPad version feels long forgotten for well over a year, it seems they’re finally opening up to the public and demonstrating that they are working on the Mac version anyway. I honestly don’t believe the iPad version will ever come, but it looks like the Mac version might get here someday. I know it says soon here, and the iPad said soon almost a year and a half ago, but it looks like the Mac version really might be the real-world definition of soon. Honestly very unhappy with the devs and their lack of outreach/updating their customers regularly like every other dev (honestly how hard is a blog post from time to time) but we’re not rating the developer here.
Crashes more than it works - I used to really love Tweetbot; bought it for all of my devices, etc. But long ago, it stopped syncing between them properly. Months ago, the mac version started crashing every single time I mute any keyword or user or change any setting, which is the main selling point for this app in the first place. I have updated it and everything else (OS, etc.) multiple times, but same problems persist with no communication or awareness by the company. Especially now that others offer the same features—incl basic Twitter itself—it’s hard to find a reason to stick with Tweetbot.
More Reviews for Current Version
Can’t Live Without It - Tweetbot has always, hands down, been my favorite Twitter client. Gets better and better with every update, and I love the little options it provides like the ability to do a classic, old-style reply when I need to. Not even Twitter’s official client comes anywhere near this client. And for the people who complain about missing features such as polls and group DMs, TWITTER DOES NOT CURRENTLY ALLOW THESE THINGS IN 3RD PARTY APPS! Don’t blame the devs!