In the wake of Twitter banning third-party clients, Tweetbot and Twitterrific are giving subscribers the option of not asking for pro-rated refunds that could drive the small companies behind them into bankruptcy.
It's official—Twitter has changed its developer agreement to ban third-party apps like Twitterrific and Tweetbot. Would the last Twitter app out the door please turn off the lights?
Independent Twitter client adds new muffle rules for filtering the timeline. ($7.99 new, free update, 26.7 MB, macOS 10.14+)
Maintenance release for the independent Twitter client with an icon update and bug fixes. ($7.99 new, free update, 26.3 MB, macOS 10.14+)
Brings a new main timeline tab with an added My Tweets view of recent tweets and a new Stay Safe custom app icon. ($7.99 new, free update, 19.9 MB, macOS 10.14+)
Adds a bright new light theme named Egret and improves reading position syncing. ($7.99 new, free update, 17.7 MB)
Adds several new features to the Twitter client, including support for viewing full images in your timeline. ($7.99 new, free update, 17.6 MB)
Adds new ways to open URLs and ensures the compose window stays open until a tweet is finished posting. ($7.99 new, free update, 14.1 MB)
Twitter client adds a new sharing extension and new theme settings that automatically switch between Light and Dark mode. ($7.99 new, free update, 11.1 MB)
Twitter has once again crippled third-party clients in its ongoing campaign to slowly drain the life out of them, this time removing major features.
Upcoming Twitter API changes will severely cripple third-party client apps. The developers of some of those apps are banding together to pressure Twitter into changing things before the August deadline.