Micro blogging website, Twitter, has updated its app for Windows 10, to throw in a couple of new features.
This is the first major update for the app in nearly two months.
Back in October, Twitter added support for using multiple accounts in the app, enabled Inline Videos, which displays and plays videos within the app). However, the more important addition was support for Creating Lists, using which you can follow various twitter accounts, in a self-curated and organized list as per your preference.
When the social networking previously removed the character limit in Direct Messages on the website, it took a month for the same change to arrive in the app [...]
Twitter for Windows 10 has received a major update today, which adds List Support, Quote Tweet and a few more features.
If you read my previous write up, about Twitter for Windows 10, you will remember I criticized the lack of support for Lists in the app. Well, the social network’s app now supports Lists.
Though it isn’t as good as the web version, its still a decent feature. You can find it under the Me tab in the left pane, and then by clicking on the menu icon next to the settings button on the right pane. Speaking of which, there still isn’t a dedicated settings panel for the app.
Twitter for Windows 10 now supports multiple [...]
Twitter for Windows 10 has been released today.
But we reported about it yesterday, when Twitter uploaded screenshots of the app to the Windows Store.
Let’s take a look at the various functions of the app.
There is nothing fancy in the UI. It is a pleasant one, and quite simplistic, if not very. On the left hand side you have the Home (Timeline), Notifications (mentions), Messages (DMs), search and me (profile).
The timeline is quite good, and looks similar to Twitter’s web version. You can see how many times a Tweet has been Tweeted or favorited. Clicking on a Tweet to expands it, [...]