Twitter for Windows 10 released to give an instant access to microblogging world
Twitter for Windows 10 requires a one-time log in to the microblogging network, and once logged in, it provides you a feed with tweets right in Live Tiles on Start menu. It is designed to provide top tweets, photos and videos all in Live Tiles.
Apart from giving access in Live Tiles, Twitter app allows you to upload multiple photos at once. This was initially rolled out on the Web and is already available on Android and iOS apps.
Twitter for Windows 10 also shows animated GIFs in your personal feed as well as in Twitter profiles. In addition, it comes with Vine playback support to by default support Vine videos on the new Windows version.
You can also post new tweets right through Twitter for Windows 10. It allows you to post tweets with text, photos, Vine videos and some other select content without even accessing your web browser.
Lastly, the app comes with an ability to let you share photos privately in Direct Messages. This feature makes the app a competitor against instant messaging apps on Windows 10 platform.
Twitter for Windows 10 is designed as a Universal Windows application. This means that it can work on Windows 10 running mobile devices as well as computing devices with the same list of features and almost same interface.
Microsoft showcased its Universal Windows Platform functionality on Windows 10 at the time of revealing some of the core features of its new operating system back in January.
If you’ve already installed Windows 10 update on your existing PC, you can now download Twitter for Windows 10 directly from Windows App Store. The app is sized between 2.53MB and 4.77MB, depending on hardware, and is compatible with the devices that are powered by x64 or x86 processors.