A First Look At Tweetbot For Mac

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Digital clock screensaver for mac. Tweetbot for Mac has been in beta for quite a while, and now the app is available on the App Store for US$19.99. In this post, I'll provide a first look at this long-awaited Twitter client.

Compared to Tweetbot 2, the new app features a cleaner interface with more white space, persistent icons for replying, retweeting, liking, profile options, and more, and an overall cleaner look. Mac: Tweetbot has long been considered one of the best (albeit expensive) Twitter apps for the Mac. Today, it gets better with an update that brings in a brand new, Yosemite-inspired look. The new app supports inline video playback, animated GIFs, group DMs, muting, and tweet-quoting support, all major Twitter platform features that previously weren’t supported by the Twitter for mac app. Previously, you had to click on a quoted tweet URL to view that tweet—not fun—and on a tweet URL to open a browser window to watch video or animations.

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By • 11:54 am, July 11, 2012 • • The guys at Tapbots with a catch. The app is available for free, but it’s in alpha form. This means that the developers are still working furiously to iron out the kinks and create the complete, public version. But for now, those who feel so inclined can download Tweetbot for Mac 0.6 and give it a go. Advertisement I’ve been playing around with the app, and for an alpha release, Tweetbot for Mac is very good. The app has already become my default Twitter client on the Mac for a few reasons. Familiar Charm Tweebot has already been my default Twitter client for months and months, and jumping over to the Mac version is very easy.

The color schemes and general look have been carried over from iOS, and yet Tweetbot for Mac has its own distinctive charm. The app’s sidebar is broken up into the sections you’d expect: timeline, mentions, direct messages, favorites, search, profile, lists, retweets, and mute filters. The ability to mute a specific Twitter account is one of Tweetbot’s staple features on iOS, so it’s nice to see the feature brought to the desktop—here’s to hoping Twitter like this one. /pi-excel-addin-downloads-for-mac/. Twitter’s streaming API is used to ensure that you never have to manually refresh your timeline. The contextual menus, in-app media viewer, list implementation, and general workflow are all inspired from the iOS version.

As I mentioned earlier, you’ll feel right at home. Tweetbot for Mac’s preferences pack enough customization, although the options are a tad barebones. This isn’t something to complain about right now, however, due to the fact that the app is merely in the alpha stage. The ability to use services like CloudApp for sharing files and Pocket for saving links is invaluable.

Retina Goodness I’ve been testing multiple third-party Twitter clients since I got my 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display, and the Retina graphics in Tweetbot for Mac are a breath of fresh air. The official Twitter for Mac app (which is currently non-Retina) is practically unusable on my MacBook Pro, and I’d been growing tired of the app even before I ditched my older Mac last month. Has been my main client while I’ve been waiting for Tweetbot. The workflow and UI design in Tweetbot is more akin to my tastes, so Twitterrific is taking a backseat. It’s really impossible to stress how important Retina graphics are for an app running on the new MacBook Pro. You’re doing your users a disservice if you don’t design (or rigorously update) your apps with the future of Apple’s product roadmap in line.

Work in any colour space RGB, CMYK, LAB, Greyscale. /download-affinity-photo-14-for-mac/. Even when working on massive images with 1000s of layers. It’s always live Pan and zoom at 60fps with live previews, live tools and real-time editing. End-to-end CMYK workflow with ICC colour management, and 16-bit per channel editing.

Antares mic modeler efx for mac. And the future is clearly Retinized. It Can Only Get Better Tweetbot designer Mark Jardine: Developing for the Mac is no easy task, especially a full-featured Twitter client. However, we’ve gotten to a point where while not complete, it is useable. We’ve decided to release it as a public alpha to a) motivate us to finish faster, and b) get feedback to help us build the best Mac incarnation of Tweetbot we can make. You can love it or hate it, but rest assured it will only get much much better from here. Keep the above paragraph in mind when you download Tweetbot for Mac.

This entry was posted on 26.05.2016.