Tweetbot's Apple Watch app which focused largely on showing alert activity has also been published by Tweetbot for the iPhone and iPad that removes or degraded lots of useful features due to Twitter's API change set to occur tomorrow. removed.
Because August 16th Twitter will disable parts of their public interface that we are in to have alternatives to these interfaces we have been forced to disable or degrade certain features. We're sorry about this, but unfortunately this is totally out of our control.
Timeline streaming on WiFi is now disabled. Your timelines will now refresh automatically every 1-2 minutes instead.
Push notifications for Mentions and Direct Messages will now be delayed by a few minutes.
Push notifications for Likes, Retweets, Follows and Quotes have been disabled. We'll be investigating bring some of these back in the future.
Activity and Stats tabs have been removed.
Watch app, which depended heavily on Activity data, has been removed.
Twitter's API change will affect all third-party clients on every platform unfortunately, and its website – its website – is not a feature parity replacement. Twitter discontinued its own Mac app before making the API change.