Twitter announced it's testing out a new character limit for its service. In every language save for Japanese, Chinese, and Korean, users will have 280 characters to work with — up from 140.
Twitter has been slowly branching out to become a platform for live event coverage, and its latest update to its Windows 10 app leans into that with a whole slew of new settings.
It looks like Twitter is now following through with some changes to replies it promised at the end of March, removing @names from replies in its Windows 10 app.
Twitter has announced it is dropping @replies from its 140 character limit, making all of your replies feel a little more spacious going forward.
A fresh update for the Twitter app for Windows 10 PC and Mobile is now rolling out, and it brings along a fix for a rather frustrating issue with direct messages.
It looks like Twitter is in the process of rolling out or testing a handy new tabs feature to its Windows 10 app.
Twitter 5.4 now lets you add GIFs to your tweets. In addition, added images do not count against your 140 character limit and there is a new notification for news alerts.
Twitter has announced that it will discontinue the Vine mobile apps, essentially killing the service, in the coming months.
A new report claims that Microsoft could be one of the many companies that might be interested in acquiring Twitter.
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