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Tweetbot updated for the iPhone and iPad with both apps going to version 2.1

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It looks like the folks over at Tapbots have rolled out an update for Tweetbot, both for the iPhone and iPad versions. Both have gone up to version 2.1 and remain priced at $2.99 (each). Though, on the price — those who have already purchased the app will get this update at no additional cost. The iPhone version requires iOS 4.1 or later for use and the iPad version requires iOS 5.0 or later for use. In terms of the changes, of course we saw the Retina graphics on the iPad, but thankfully that is not the only change to come. Other goodies for the iPad version include the following;

  • 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
  • Bug fixes related to direct messages
  • Version number updated to 2.1 to match iPhone’s version

And for the iPhone version, that changelog reads as follows;

  • 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
  • Bug fixes related to direct messages

Via [Tweetbot for iPhone] and [Tweetbot for iPad]

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