Tweetbot 6’s Essential Updates

A monthly subscription to the iPhone’s best Twitter app has also been released.

The latest updates with the launch of Tweetbot 6 has come to iOS, which transform the app into a paid subscription service rather than previously offered a single-time purchase. Tweetbot has for some time been outstanding amongst other third-party Twitter applications around for the iPhone and Mac.

The new application rolls out the change to Twitter’s latest API that the company presented last summer that in the premium Twitter app, such as Twitter polls and cards will be enabling a few long-missing features. However, that change accompanies some compromises, including the removal of the user-selected option for URL shortening, video uploads, and picture uploads.

This app’s free version provides some fundamental functionality in permitting clients to see Twitter, however, if you want some more substantial features, you’ll require to pay for them. The free version will also include the permission to send or replay to tweets, along with message pop-ups, support for multiple accounts, and “advanced filtering.”

The update might be a bit frustrating or disappointing for existing users, given that previously for $4.99, Tweetbot 5 had been a one-time purchase.

The new application denotes a cost increment regardless of what you look like at things at 0.99 monthly or a discounted price of $5.99 per year while offering just a small bunch of new features to compensate for any difference.

Moreover, on the App Store, Tapbots will soon quit selling Tweetbot 5, so new clients for a single-time payment won’t have the decision to purchase the outdated older version soon. Developer Paul Haddad states that Apple made that a necessity to approve the new version.

On Tapbots website, it does note that the Tweetbot 6’s new version is an “early access” version of this application, with multiple new features on their roadmap to be created and also a new API’s to receive as Twitter makes them available, therefore it’s possible that over time, the new app will get additional functionality that may facilitate the unpleasant pill of the pricer subscription change.

Additionally, for the Mac version of Tweetbot, the company presently can’t announce any update plans, which now uses the older Twitter API and still expenses $9.99 upfront to use. The monthly or yearly subscription with the Tweetbot’s updated macOS version could also add value to the new subscription.