Tweetbot gets trackpad support for iPad app


Tapbots, the developers of the third-party Twitter app Tweetbot, released a new update that added trackpad support to its iPad app.

This update was included in Version 5.2 of the app:

– Added trackpad support
– Added support for opening links in Opera, Edge and DuckDuckGo browsers
– Added option to open universal/deep links in apps that support them
– Tons of bug fixes

With the addition of trackpad support in its app, the finger gestures when using keyboards such as Apple’s new Magic Keyboard will now work in it.

The iPad Pro with the new 2020 Apple Magic Keyboard

A two-finger swipe opens the reply section of a tweet and a two-finger swipe to the left shows the details of a tweet.

Tweetbot is available on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad and costs $4.99 in the App Store. There is also a Mac version that costs $9.99 in the Mac App Store.