Twitter for Mac Updated With Support for Multiple Photos and Photos in Messages

Twitter for Mac received its last major update in December 2013 in the form of a revamped look with some new features, and the app has finally received another update bringing support for several additional photo features. Among them is the ability to post and view up to four photos in a single Tweet, a feature rolled out for the service in general some six months ago.
What's New in Version 3.1

This update brings new photo features to Twitter for Mac.
- View and post Tweets with as many as four photos (click each image preview to view the full photo)
- Share photos privately in Messages
- More performance improvements and bug fixes
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Twitter for Mac [Direct Link] is a free download from the Mac App Store.



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60 months ago
Oh my god even Twitter for Mac got updated, so how about AppShopper Social for iOS (last updated Aug 09 '13)
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60 months ago
About time! The Mac app has pretty much been Twitter's bastard stepchild.
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60 months ago

Use this daily, split the 27" iMac screen with this by the side.
Glad to have it updated. Wish it would auto update, instead of me having to scroll up though. My feed isn't that full.


There's an option to "scroll to top"
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60 months ago
All very well and good, but do Twitter OSX notifications still link to your browser instead of the app? It's useless until that changes.

(NB I haven't used the app in months (for this reason) and don't have my MBP with me to check, so apologies if this has already been implemented).
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60 months ago
I thought they ditched this app?
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60 months ago
You should all try Tweetdeck. By Twitter, and VASTLY better than the normal app.
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60 months ago

Whatever happened to the MacRumors app? It seems like its been mentioned a few times, and often it's included in pictures of mockups of iOS devices commissioned by MacRumors, but it still isn't available on the App Store yet.


That's just an icon. We've discussed ideas for an app, but to be honest we're hesitant to invest money, time, and effort into one after all of the problems with the AppShopper and TouchArcade apps.

Why ?

Rule 2.25

Apps that display Apps other than your own for purchase or promotion in a manner similar to or confusing with the App Store will be rejected

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