Twitter For Mac Receives New Improvements

Posted: Apr 25 2013, 10:20pm CDT | by , Updated: Apr 25 2013, 11:11pm CDT, in News | Technology News

Twitter for Mac receives new improvements

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Twitter has updated its app for the Mac. Updates include Retina display support, better photo-sharing features, and support for more languages.

It's been a long time coming. After months and months of waiting, Mac users can finally enjoy a better and slicker Twitter app. Announcing the good news today on its official blog, Twitter's very own Ben Sandofsky said that new improvements have been added to Twitter for Mac. First, Twitter for Mac now makes it easier for users to share photos. Apart from the capability to drag and drop photos from the desktop, users can now click on the camera icon located at the lower-left corner of the compose box.

Another addition is Retina display support, which means that the app is now more vibrant and detailed, making Tweets clearer and sharper. Lastly, Twitter for Mac is now supporting 14 more languages, including Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, and Turkish. Mac users can also expect keyboard shortcuts and support for multiple accounts. If haven't downloaded the update yet, head over to the Mac App Store to get it.

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