In 2018, Twitter chose to remove its local Mac application, asserting it was not feasible to keep up two separate codebases. The organization changes its position prior this year with a declaration that Twitter will return on the Mac, because of Apple’s Project Catalyst which will enable the organization to port its iPad application effectively to the Mac. Twitter for Mac is presently back on the Mac App Store as a free download beginning today. The application is accessible just for macOS Catalina clients.
Prior during the current year’s WWDC, Twitter had declared its help for the system, saying it will bring back its application to the Mac. The new Twitter for Mac application depends on the Project Catalyst structure. Twitter is utilizing its current iOS codebase while promising to include local Mac highlights top of the iPad application.
The Twitter for Mac application absolutely doesn’t feel like a local application. A few pieces of the application like the inclinations area conveys an iOS-like UI which is reasonable. Be that as it may, there are a couple UI components which have been modified to appear to be unique on the Mac.
Something that appears to be somewhat peculiar about the Twitter for Mac application is that on shutting the primary window, you wind up stopping the application. This isn’t the situation with most Mac applications that essentially continue running out of sight when you close the principle window. In any case, since this is only the primary cycle, Twitter could further improve things in the coming couple of months.
A remarkable element of the new Twitter for Mac application is the help for dim mode. You can basically flip it by means of settings without exchanging the framework wide appearance. In any case, in the event that you have your Mac set up to consequently change to the dull mode during nights, the application will likewise turn dim.
The new Twitter for Mac application is presently accessible on the Mac App Store. On the off chance that you can’t discover it on the App Store you can download it here.
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