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Tweets with Twitter photos, Vine videos, and other select content now show a preview in your home timeline. Share photos privately in Messages You can reply, retweet, favorite, or follow someone straight from a Tweet in your home timeline. Capture the moment by uploading multiple photos to a single Tweet. View animated gifs in your home timeline. Conversations are easy to find and join. Reply, retweet or favorite straight from a Tweet! See what’s happening right now without being logged in to your account.

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Matt · 8/3/2015
A Step Backwards

This new version for Windows 10 is a step backwards from the Windows 8.1 version. It does not support multiple accounts, does not spell check your tweets as you type and does not support list...all of which the older version did. It looks better...but what good is that when you don't include basic features that the old version had??

Per · 8/3/2015
Great update, but needs resize of images

This app, updated for WinX, is a huge improvement over the previous version. However, it's not perfect: somehow one cannot share web pages from Edge with Twitter, and it doesn't resize images in the feed (so they're cut unless the app window is maximized). It is also strange to find settings through a button in the "Me" view - seems to violate design principles.

George · 8/1/2015
its good but needs to get improved

Twitter doesnt show in my share list anymore. it would be just awesome to be able to launch the app instead of the website when the user clicks on a twitter link. or at least when twitter website is open, to launch the app through the share list. Mytube has a similar functionality for youtube, which is awesome.

Nishant · 8/2/2015
Multiple Accounts

The interface is decent and easy to use. However, unlike the Android and iOS versions of the Twitter app, the Windows version doesn't have an option to log into multiple accounts simultaneously.

Wilfredo · 8/1/2015

Pros Nice looking app/clean design Live tile works well Cons Extremely barebones Not customizable No lists support (couldn't find it) You are better off either going to twitter via the web or using tweetdeck or tweetium. This app is extremely basic and for people who don't mind having their main feed for everyone they follow just stream down.Not for me personally.

Bill · 7/31/2015
Not Bad, Windows Phone version is better.

There is no option to manage multiple Twitter Accounts like there is in the Windows Phone Version. This would also be better if it worked with the Windows 10 Notification Center, made use of the Live Tile, and supported the Dark Theme.

Scott · 8/1/2015
A Definite Upgrade

The Windows 8 app was not exactly easy to use, and didn't keep up-to-date with new features of the platform. This update is definitely a welcomed change.

Alex · 8/1/2015
Not bad

This app is a very welcome improvement over the previous version designed for 8.1. (When you tap on a section to view, the icon doesn't briefly disappear- enough said.) However, it does contain a regression in one area: lack of multiple account support. This may affect a minority of people that have other accounts, but it's still an issue.

Tiffany · 8/2/2015
Too Far Behind

As the most power social media app right now, there is really no reason why this app shouldn't be up to par with other twitter apps on other platforms. While I do like the fact that the UI is now customizable according to theme color and that the app is generally faster, it's still lacking entirely too much. Still can't quote tweets, record a video, toggle DMs, tweets that would have been quoted in Twitter app for Apple open the link on Twitter in Microsoft Edge. It's not convenient.

AhmaDona · 8/2/2015

Terrible when compared to what's offered on other platforms .. Can't load media properly, gifs, pics .. Everything! Just port the ios/android version, edit it, and publish it!

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