Tweetbot, one of the most popular third-party Twitter apps for the iPhone and Mac, has been updated for iOS users today with new font, image thumbnail and mute filter options.
Under Settings and Display, developer Tapbots has given users the ability to manually select their typeface; the default choice Helvetica Neue is now joined by Avenir, another sans-serif typeface that fits in with the iOS 7 aesthetic. In this menu, users can also set the size at which image thumbnails are displayed – small used to be the default, but there’s now the option to make them larger or remove them from the timeline altogether.
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Lastly, Tweetbot will now give users the option to quickly hide tweets that match any newly created filter. So if you’re worried about reading any True Detective spoilers today, you can apply a mute filter to your timeline and curated lists instantaneously. Bliss.
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