Tweetbot for iPhone 3.5.2 has been released today to support the native videos introduced by Twitter recently. The update allows users to play back the clips recorded and shared natively in the official Twitter app. Today’s new build also adds improvements to how the app handle’s GIFs shared using the pic.twitter.com service and fixes a variety of bugs.

The developers have also promised “exciting updates” coming to the app soon. You can get Tweetbot for iPhone for $4.99 on the iOS App Store.

What’s New in Version 3.5.2:

We’ve got some exciting updates coming up over the next few months. Stay tuned…

– Support for viewing Twitter videos – Better support for Twitter GIFs – Various bug fixes

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