Tweetbot is an award-winning Twitter client for iOS and the Mac. Version 6 is built on Twitter’s V2 API which includes features like the ability to view Twitter polls, cards, and more tweet data. Tweetbot will continue to improve as the new API does.

Why Choose Tweetbot?

- Blazing Fast Performance.
- No Ads.
- Unique Experience.
- Chronological Timeline.

Notable Features:

Timeline Filters.
Quickly filter a timeline to show only tweets with media, retweets, links, or create your own keyword or rules-based filter. Access these saved filters any time with two taps.

Mute Filters.
Hide Tweets in your timelines by specific users, keywords, hashtags, or even the client that published the Tweet. Select the length of time to mute and use regular expressions for smarter muting.

Profile Notes.
Ever forget why you followed someone or wanted to jot notes for future reference? Create private notes on a user’s profile that only you can see.

Custom Timelines.
Create and manage public or private lists and then use them as curated timelines. Tweetbot allows you to quickly switch between lists and even use one as your main timeline.

iCloud Sync.
Tweetbot syncs your read position and much more so your experience is seamless when switching from desktop to mobile and vice versa.

Tweet Topics.
Start tweet topics to automatically chain together multiple Tweets (with the ability to append optional hashtags) and create tweet storms.

Columns (iPad).
Add a second column on iPad to view other content like a list, mentions, search results, and etc at the same time.

Timeline Sync.
Sync your unread status and timeline position across all of your devices running Tweetbot (Mac, iPhone, iPad).

Find your own style with multiple dark and light themes.

-- Subscription Details --

• Monthly and annual subscriptions are available
• Payment will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase
• Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is disabled at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period
• Automatic renewals will be charged at the same price you were originally charged for the subscription
• Subscriptions can be managed or cancelled by going to Account Settings on the App Store after purchase

Privacy Policy:

What’s New

Version 6.1.1

- Fixed issue with small media preview opening in the wrong order
- Fixed background refresh not working
- Fixed a crash when going to the profile of that one weird account with no screen name
- Fixed a couple crashers when editing lists
- About a dozen other smaller bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
1.7K Ratings

1.7K Ratings

Mclaren_7 ,

Nice Update, But Subscription Hmmmm....

The devs behind Tweetbot are amazing and deserve support for making what I would say is the best Twitter client out there. To be honest Twitter should pay Tapbots for their designs and efficiency of the app. Even though I will continue to support the app as well as the devs, I think maybe quarterly feature updates that you have to pay a upgrade fee would be cool or even a decently priced upgrade charge for the yr. I think that everything going subscription doesn’t make sense when people are starting to get subscription fatigue.

I think that yearly update charge, or even every six months not being advertised as subscription but something someone would have to consider and purchase it especially if the features are worth it. Which I believe this app and the devs do a great job of doing so I can see people supporting it. Maybe some creative thought can go into a different model but I’m all for this update and the devs being supported because I want them to continue going with what is the best Twitter experience that they are allowed to make because Twitter themselves took away a lot of the features.

m&l'15 ,

Software as a Service strikes again

The mass explosion of the subscription model is one of the worst things to happen to consumer software. Professional software suites like Adobe can get away with it for the reason that their alternatives don’t have the same market share and integration, but as a third party social media client, you’re already the underdog, and you’ve got more convincing to do to get me to use your product. Fortunately, Tweetbot 5 was a stellar app, and in spite of Twitter’s stinginess with their API for all those years was full of really nice features. Tweetbot 6 brings all of that and more to the table—time will tell how much more—but I’m not sure the added features make it worth it the shift in business model. I realize developing a good application takes time and money, and I’m all for supporting developers. I paid good money for Tweetbot in the past. But at the end of the day, for an average person like me, it’s literally just Twitter. It’s not so important to me that I won’t just keep using TB5 and the Twitter web client rather than shell out even more than I paid for TB5 every year for something new. Perhaps if the Tweetbot iOS and MacOS clients could be bundled together this could be a good deal, but otherwise it’s sad to see one of the all-time greats go this way.

Ratoo ,

App feels bored

Having been using Tweetbot since it came out 11 years ago, it is an app I use daily and I’ve paid more than $50 in this over years, but new functions and design refinement of Tweetbot 6 doesn’t feel like warranting a $6/year paid subscription. If you can can live without Twitter API V2 features and use official app as substitute as I do, use Tweetbot 5 until it’s dead or killed before subscribe to 6 is probably a better idea.
Also, a $4.99 app every year or every other year just feel like more appropriate for a social networking app. Subscription adds unnecessary cumbersome management to end user and I really don’t need a social network app appearing in my already crowded App Store subscription section.
That being said, it’s worth noting Tweetbot has vastly better app efficiency, data privacy policy, and if you’re new to Tweetbot, it’s still worth a subscription.
Also, if a subscription means Tweetbot will have a subscription across all platforms (Including Mac) for the single price, that will be a big value add for end users too and I’ll happily subscribe. Hope Tapbots can consider.

App Privacy

The developer, Tapbots, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Identifiers

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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