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With social media becoming more of an imperative for practitioners and consultants alike, tools like Tweetbot are growing in popularity and importance with this one offering the ability to better manage a Twitter account.


The app is specifically designed for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and MAC use and adds multi-levels of control over one’s Twitter account.

Users can quickly switch between lists as their main timeline, configure gestures, push notifications, block messages without “unfollowing;” sync timeline position, direct message read statuses and mute filters between iPhone and iPad via iCloud; customize navigation; and attach photos, videos, and notes.

The latest update to Tweetbot was released earlier this month and is currently available for download in the iTunes store for $2.99.

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