Tweeten, the popular third-party Twitter app for Windows, has just been bumped to version 2.0. This latest release improves the UI, adding the ability to display retweet and like buttons on tweets all the time, as opposed to when you hover with the mouse. As well as this, there's also the addition of an optional separator to help spread out Tweets in list view and make them easier to read.
Additionally, the developer has also bundled some other minor improvements to the Tweetdeck-like app, Tweeten beta is currently free and is only available for PCs (it's not a UWP app). There's also a free Tweeten Edge browser extension for Windows 10 Redstone users.
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I love the app. Use it always
Slightly off topic, but are there any W10M Twitter apps that support push notifications for when an individual posts a tweet?
twittone is the only one I know of that has implemented this feature
Tweeten is nice but has a couple issue, all reported to the company via twitter ( nice way to limit how user can connect to them) #1 Cant add a second account, tweeten reports i have security options enabled ( but doesn't say what those are or how to remove them, i have turned off security on my second twitter account on twitter settings, didn't work) Also i was able to add my second twitter account as the first/primary account on my win10 administrator account, of course was still unable to add my second account. #2 No option to logout from tweeten, i haven't tried yet but i assume the only option is to remove the account from tweeten. #3 There is a built in spell checker now which does highlight spelling errors, but i have yet to find out how to correct or open a list of words to correct the error from... ( if the spellcheck is designed to only tell you that you made a mistake and still requires you to look elsewhere to find the proper spelling... well that doesn't really qualify as a full function spell checker and isn't of much use IMO ) All these errors have been reported via twitter #4 They fail to reply to your tweet upon receiving valid error reports, leaving me wondering if they even bother to read them in the first place, and 2 updates have happened since reporting these with NONE REPAIRED YET.
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