Twitter for Mac has been a relic of a past age for a long time, but after an initial report stated a refresh was coming down the pipe, it’s finally arrived.
On Twitter, being able to Star or Favorite a tweet has been common practice for many years now, but the social network has deemed it necessary to change things up.
Twitter for Mac exists, but sometimes it can get lost in time as far as updates go. It’s only been updated twice since 2014, for example. But apparently that’s changing at some point in the future.
Keeping up to date on as many things as possible is one of the strengths of Twitter, but so is quickly interacting, and letting an opinion be known.
For anyone that uses Twitter, the 140-character limit for tweets is a common hurdle, but one that many have already become used to.
Twitter has seen fit to update its iOS app following the launch of iOS 9, and with it, replying to tweets without digging into the app is now a possibility.
Twitter has rolled out a big update to its iPad app that makes the user experience on larger displays almost identical to that you’re used to on iPhone. That’s thanks to a new “adaptive UI,” which automatically scales itself to suit the display size you’re using.
Twitter has begun trialing a dedicated News tab inside its mobile apps, which makes it easier to find breaking news. The experimental section appears in the middle of the app’s navigation bar on iOS, but it’s currently only available to a select few.