Tapbots has finally released their popular Twitter app, Tweetbot for OS X. Back in July, the first alpha version of Tweetbot was released for Mac and now after three months of development, the final version of Tweetbot is out and available in App Store with a whooping price tag of $19.99.
Tweetbot is a premier full-featured Twitter client for Mac OS X with a lot of features. The app features a stunning interface, support for Retina Display, interface sounds & animations, iCloud syncing with iPhone and iPad versions versions of the app, multiple timelines & column views, multiple Twitter account logins and support for OS X Notification Center.
Additionally, Tweetbot supports multiple services like like Pocket, Instapaper, Readability, CloudApp and Droplr and includes standard features like filtering options, inline viewing of pictures and videos, hash tags, conversation view and support same gestures as its iPhone and iPod versions.
But why is it so expensive? Tapbot team explains the reason behind the app pricing:
Because of Twitter’s recent enforcement of token limits, we only have a limited number of tokens available for Tweetbot for Mac. These tokens dictate how many users Tweetbot for Mac can have. The app’s limit is separate from, but much smaller than, the limit for Tweetbot for iOS. Once we use up the tokens granted to us by Twitter, we will no longer be able to sell the app to new users. Tapbots will continue to support Tweetbot for Mac for existing customers at that time.
Packed with so many features which users would love, the app is definitely worth the $20. Don’t forget, the app won’t be available once the tokens available for Tweetbot on Mac are gone (which are limited in quantity). You can download Tweetbot from Mac App Store from the link below:
Download Tweetbot for OS X (Mac App Store link)