Tapbots has released Tweetbot 2.0, a major update to its popular Twitter client for iPhone (and now for the iPad, too). There’s a lot to like about this update, but I’m going to focus on three reasons to use Tweetbot 2.0.
Readability integration. My love affair with low-distraction readers continues, thanks to Tweetbot. Much like its desktop browser counterpart, Readability in Tweetbot lets you read an article without ads, footer or header. A toggle switch appears once you’ve tapped an article linked in a tweet. Flip it to the right for the mobile view. From there, several layout customization options are available. First, the font can be re-sized. You’ll also find five themes to choose from: Newspaper, Novel, eBook, Inverse (pictured below) and Athelas. You can also adjust the width of the article and share it via Facebook, email or Twitter. The Readability view is so beautiful and useful, it’s almost reason enough to use the app.