There’s a new version of Tweetbot for iOS today, and this release will be especially appreciated by iPhone X, XS, and XS Max users. It comes with an optimized version of dark mode that’ll take advantage of OLED panels’ high contrast levels. (Apple previously listed 16 apps that offer “pure black mode,” so maybe Tweetbot wants to make it onto the second version of that list.) The app already featured a dark mode, but this new version should be slightly nicer on the eyes.
The update also includes GIF support in the compose view; redesigned profiles; redesigned tweet status details; new iconography and app icon; haptic feedback support; auto video playback (that you can turn on or off); and the ability to add descriptions to images. Basically, Tweetbot has been totally refreshed and now takes advantage of all the new iPhone hardware features to come out in the past year.