Windows 10 Gets Its Own Shiny New Twitter App

Windows 10 Gets Its Own Shiny New Twitter App


If you’re on a PC, you might be following the Windows 10 news closely. One of the items that popped up last night was that Twitter had a brand new app coming tailored specifically for the platform.

It’s here.


This app coincides with the Windows 10 launch, with the app sporting fast access to top tweets, photos and videos…without having to be logged in.

While Live Tiles are unique to the Windows 10 experience, the rest of this stuff is catchup with other platforms:

– Multiple photo Tweets — upload up to four photos per Tweet
– Animated GIFs
– Vine playback
– Tweets with photos, Vine videos and other select content now show a preview in your home timeline
– Share photos privately in Direct Messages

Desktop apps for Twitter have always been out of sync on different platforms, mostly because they’re all outsourced, we hear.


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