Tweetbot App Gets Flickr and Vine Support, Opens Links in Chrome and 1Password

Posted February 4, 2013 at 3:50pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 4725 views

Tweetbot has updated their iPhone app with support for inline Flickr and Vine images and the ability to open links in Chrome and 1Password.

Tweetbot is a full-featured iPhone (and iPod touch) Twitter client with a lot of personality. Whether it’s the meticulously-crafted interface, sounds & animation, or features like multiple timelines & smart gestures, there’s a lot to love about Tweetbot.

Brief Highlights:
◆ Multiple Timelines. Quickly switch between your lists as your main timeline.
◆ Smart Gestures. Use Twitter more efficiently with time-saving and configurable gestures.
◆ Native Push Notifications.
◆ Mute filters lets you block messages from users without unfollowing them.
◆ Sync timeline position, direct message read statuses and mute filters between iPhone and iPad via iCloud.
◆ Customizable Navigation. The last 2 tabs are customizable and unused tabs are easily accessible.
◆ Support for multiple services like Pocket, Instapaper, Readability, CloudApp and Droplr.
◆ Save drafts, add locations and POI's, attach photos/videos/notes, manage your lists, and much more.

What's New In This Version:
- Added the ability to open links in Chrome and 1Password
- Added inline image support for Flickr
- Added inline image support for Vine
- Better support for muting Tweets with URLs
- Various bug fixes
- Still no jokes in the release notes

You can purchase Tweetbot from the App Store for $2.99.

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