What you need to know
- Fenice 5.1 is gearing up for its preview rollout.
- It's ready for Windows 11.
- You can sign up to help test the 5.1 build.
Fenice, a Twitter client for Windows and Xbox that's been around since the Windows Phone days of 2015, is back again in 2021 with a Windows 11-minded build: Fenice 5.1. It's ready to make your Twitter activities on Windows 11 as efficient and optimized as they can be.
When it comes to how Fenice 5.1 is keeping the latest Microsoft operating system in mind, here's what the Fenice 5.1 preview post has to say: "Fenice 5.1 comes with a redesigned interface in perfect Windows 11 style with Fluent icons and latest WinUI controls."
As for other big features of Fenice 5.1, you can now draft a tweet and save it for later with media attached, you can create a tweet thread inside of Fenice instead of doing it the painful manual way everyone else on Twitter does it, and you can have your home screen columns dynamically adjust to the size of windows to avoid having any content cut off.
But that's not all. Fenice 5.1 will also let you share a screenshot or take a selfie directly from its tweet composer, saving you time and sparing you from hassles. There's even more on the docket for Fenice improvements in its latest iteration, so make no mistake, if you're on Twitter, this is the best way to experience it.
If you want access to Fenice 5.1 as soon as possible, be sure to sign up to help test it (opens in new tab). Otherwise, wait patiently and stay excited for the formal, proper release of the app's latest iteration. You can always enjoy Fenice 5 in the meantime.
Fenice 5 is a Twitter client that turns the otherwise cumbersome Twitter experience into a convenient, efficient, and optimized one. If you like making tweet threads, including media in your tweets, or performing any other standard function of Twitter, Fenice will make your life easier.
Robert Carnevale is the News Editor for Windows Central. He's a big fan of Kinect (it lives on in his heart), Sonic the Hedgehog, and the legendary intersection of those two titans, Sonic Free Riders. He is the author of Cold War 2395. Have a useful tip? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Haven't heard of Fenice before this but it looks an awful lot like Tweetdeck.
Been around for donkeys year's...
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