Twitter Launched On Windows 10 Mobile

Twitter has launched its app on Windows 10 Mobile. The company has effectively updated its universal Windows app in order to support desktop, tablets, and phone. The new app is now ready for download at the Windows Store.
 
Twitter states,
 
“Last year, we launched a whole new Twitter for Windows — a Twitter experience designed especially for Windows 10 for PCs and tablets. With today’s update, we’re making Twitter for Windows 10 available on mobile.”
 
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A handful of devices have already been shipped with Windows 10 mobile such as Lumia 950, 950 XL, 650, 550, Xiaomi Mi4, and Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL. For other existing Windows Phone devices, Microsoft has officially planned to roll out Windows 10 Mobile in Q1 2016 - the internal target has shifted many times, the latest one being March 17, 2016.
 
In other words, the timing is no co-incidence. Twitter for Windows 10 Mobile has arrived just a day before the operating system is to be broadly launched.
 
 
Image Source:blog.twitter.com
 
In Twitter for Windows 10 Mobile, the company has added many features which will make content discovery along with both public and private sharing more seamless. You will now be able to explore Moments, send group Direct Message, shoot, edit and Tweet videos. You will also be able to share a Tweet and add your own commentary with quote Tweet, and also check out the top Tweets without logging in.
 
Twitter has also added one of the most requested features, which is the dark theme. You can now change your theme by going to Settings, then Personalization.
 
Furthermore with this new update, you will be able to use Cortana to send a Tweet or search Twitter.
 
Microsoft states,
 
“When we redesigned Twitter for Windows last year, we followed Universal Windows Platform (UWP), and as a result, Twitter for Windows easily adapts to different devices and screen sizes.”