36 comments

  • Daniel ArcherDaniel Archer, 6 years ago

    New App Icon too: (Tweetbot 4 on the left, Tweetbot 3 on the right) Tweetbot app icons

    9 points
  • Daniel GoldenDaniel Golden, 6 years ago

    iOS 9 Required.

    2 points
    • Alex ChanAlex Chan, 6 years ago

      Good to know. I'm still on my jailbroken 5S on 8.4.

      0 points
      • Daniel GoldenDaniel Golden, 6 years ago

        Yeah, I tried to buy it on my iOS 8.4 5s and got the notification. If yours wasn't jailbroken, would you update to iOS9?

        0 points
        • Alex ChanAlex Chan, 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago )

          Yea, if I wasn't jailbroken, I'd definitely upgrade to iOS 9.

          You can purchase this (and take advantage of the sale) through iTunes (that's what I did). Then you'll have it when iOS 9 is jailbroken.

          0 points
  • Julian LengfelderJulian Lengfelder, 6 years ago

    I am glad no one around here is complaining about the upgrade price tag :)

    1 point
    • Christian Krammer, 6 years ago

      I just thought "what, you have to pay for that?" In my eyes it's not more than a minor upgrade. Will likely skip this one.

      0 points
  • ポール ウェッブポール ウェッブ, 6 years ago

    Insta-bought! Looking forward to using this on an iPad Pro!

    1 point
  • Ryan GloverRyan Glover, 6 years ago

    Stats and activity view is worth the price alone!

    1 point
  • Spencer HoltawaySpencer Holtaway, 6 years ago

    I'm not seeing any option to have notifications in this version, but I like all of the other updates I've experienced so far.

    1 point
  • Brad McNallyBrad McNally, 6 years ago

    Really useful statistics tab!

    1 point
  • Tim ParkerTim Parker, 6 years ago

    Happy to pay £3 a year for something I use so often which is so well made - but it's really frustrated me both times that my settings can't be kept from tweetbot 2 > 3 and 3 > 4. Setting up default clients, brightness settings etc is tedious, it should be importable or automatic.

    0 points
  • Jesse HeadJesse Head, 6 years ago

    Anyone still using the default client? Or is that just me?

    0 points
    • Marc EdwardsMarc Edwards, 6 years ago

      Still? I don't think I ever have. :D There’s too many good alternatives.

      2 points
      • Jesse HeadJesse Head, 6 years ago

        I used Tweetbot and Twitterific over the last 2 years, but tried out the default client again a few months back and am loving it. Sure, it doesn't have the same number of 'pro' features... but I find the experience far more consistent than any 3rd party client. (:

        0 points
    • Louis BLouis B, 6 years ago

      I like it. I ain't scared.

      1 point
    • Daryl GinnDaryl Ginn, 6 years ago

      Yeah I use it. Is it still the only one you can receive favourite notifications?

      1 point
  • Ryan MackRyan Mack, 6 years ago

    Heads up: Tweetbot 3 is gone for good if you delete it. I made a mistake and bought Tweetbot 4.

    0 points
    • Jonathan Suh, 6 years ago

      Strange that it’s completely gone, even from the Purchased list. You may wanna contact them about that—I don’t think they intended that to be the case

      2 points
    • Marc EdwardsMarc Edwards, 6 years ago

      There was a bug in the App Store that didn't show removed apps in the purchased tab that Apple has fixed now. What you're seeing might relate to that?

      1 point
      • Ryan MackRyan Mack, 6 years ago

        Unfortunately still not seeing it. I'll check back later today. Thanks Marc.

        0 points
  • Guillermo MontGuillermo Mont, 6 years ago

    I have the previous version of tweetbot, is there any compelling reason to pay for this newer version (other than it's new)?

    0 points
    • Sean WashingtonSean Washington, 6 years ago

      http://thesweetsetup.com/tweetbot-4-a-huge-update-to-our-favorite-twitter-app-for-iphone-and-ipad

      0 points
    • Jonathan Suh, 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago )

      Major noticeable things are:

      • Newer and improved design
      • Universal app for iPhone and iPad
      • Split-screen features for newer iPads that support it since it’s designed for iOS 9
      • New Statistics (similar to Twitter Analytics) and Activity (like Notifications on Twitter.com) view
      • Safari view which supports content blockers
      5 points
    • Matt BaxterMatt Baxter, 6 years ago

      The main reason for me is that its new for the iPad. I'd say that if you only use it on a phone there's probably not as many reasons to upgrade. Although, my other biggest reason is just to support Tapbots since I use Tweetbot more than any other app on my phone.

      3 points
      • Ryan Duffy, 6 years ago

        Love this.

        I've noticed people bitching on Twitter about the price of the app, it's disgusting. Throw Tapbots a bone, they work their butts off to polish these products.

        2 points
        • Marc EdwardsMarc Edwards, 6 years ago

          Yeah, if you actually want to keep using it, the price is small and means there’s a good chance they'll keep working on it. Because, with the way things are with third party Twitter apps, once they're gone, they're likely gone forever.

          2 points