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| November 21, 2013
Tweetbot For Mac Surfs The Waves Of OS X Mavericks In Latest Update
A month after Apple officially released the latest iteration of its desktop operating system, Tweetbot for Mac has been updated with improvements for OS X 10.9 Mavericks. As a result, the popular Twitter client now boasts smoother scrolling on Mavericks. As well, it now offers the option to reply to tweets or direct messages directly from notifications, leveraging Mavericks' "take action" feature in notifications. The latest update to Tweetbot for Mac also delivers various bug fixes and improvements for Mavericks. In addition, it changes the refresh frequency for lists and saved searches so that they now refresh every two minutes instead of every four minutes. It also includes the following fixes:
The new version of Tweetbot for Mac is available now in the Mac App Store as a free update or as a new $19.99 download. The app is compatible with OS X 10.7.4 or later. About a month ago, the iOS 7 revision of the app's iPhone counterpart was released in the App Store in the form of Tweetbot 3. Tweetbot 3, in turn, was updated earlier this month with list-based timelines and a quick-reply gesture, among other improvements. Tweetbot for iPad, which is yet to be updated and redesigned for iOS 7, is also available in the App Store.
- Fixed the issue where you'd see 'Please enable wifi' when fetching your location while composing a tweet
- Fixed the issue where searching your timeline, then scrolling to top then dismissing search field could move your timeline to the top
- Fixed a potential issue where app could hang when using secondary windows
- Fixed a few issues on 10.7