From a visual perspective, Tweetbot 3.5 looks and works the same,
keeping the foundation that Tapbots introduced with Tweetbot 3
last year. The app hasn’t changed considerably — it has evolved
in expected ways and within the limitations imposed by Twitter’s
API for third-party apps.
What’s changing today in Tweetbot is the action menu for tweets
and links. With iOS 8, Tapbots has decided to fully embrace
extensions (abandoning the custom contextual menu they had built
for Tweetbot 3) by switching to Apple’s share sheet for action and
share extensions. Every time you tap & hold a tweet/link or hit
the share icon in your timeline or a web view, Tweetbot 3.5 will
open the iOS 8 share sheet.
Great update to my most-used iPhone app.