Not too long ago, the developers behind the popular Twitter client Tweetbot pushed an update for their Mac application, and introduced a few features and enhancements to the application.
If you’re a Tweetbot for iPhone user, you be glad to know that the developers have pushed an update for their iPhone application, bumping it to version 3.2.1.
The application is not a major one, but brings a few features, including the support for viewing images directly in the direct messages you receive on Twitter, along with the usual bug fixes. Unfortunately, users cannot send images in direct messages as it’s not support by the Twitter public API.
What’s new in Tweetbot for iPhone v3.2.1
– Added support for viewing images in Direct Messages. Sending images in Direct Messages is not yet supported by the Twitter public API.
– Various bug fixes
If you’re a Tweetbot for iPhone user, simply head over to the App Store to update the application. If you’re a new users thinking about giving Tweetbot for iPhone a try, you can purchase the application for $4.99 from the App Store.
If you’re a Tweetbot for iPhone user, share you reviews about the application. Will you recommend it over the official Twitter application?