The popular third-party Twitter desktop client Tweeten has received a major update to version 3.1 for Windows users with a new login and splash screen. In addition, we should see a version released in the Windows Store soon.
The app's official blog post reveals what's new and improved in Tweeten 3.1:
- We've added a new splash screen for the app
- The login experience has been completely redesigned
- We have also redesigned the logout experience
- You can now enable GIFs to download in the background automatically
- The app can now minimizes to tray (disabled by default) when you close it on Windows (previously it'd go to the tray when you minimized the window)
- Fixed an issue where Tweeten would forget its window state when opened from the tray
- Fixed an issue which prevented the tray icon from retaining its position on the tray
In addition, the Tweeten Windows Store version is apparently ready for the upcoming Windows 10 Anniversary Update:
Great! Another Centennial-based Electron app is coming to Windows Store!
Isnt tweeten native uwp?
No, they're made using Electron (Win32-based), just the way Visual Studio Code is made.
Any chance they'll start converting it to a full blown UWP complete with Windows phone and Continuum support since they're planning to use Project Centennial.
Great! Was hoping for this when I read about Electron apps being available through the store after the anniversary update
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