Twitter announced some really exciting news at their developer conference, Twitter flight. The company updated its app for Mac.
Mac users are pretty excited, and if you are using Mac as well keep in mind the app won’t be launched just yet so you will have to be patient. As soon as we learn more about the launch date, we’ll let you know.
According to TechCrunch report, the refreshed app will bring many new features such as group direct messages, photos in direct messages, in-line Vine, in-line replies and more.
Rus Yusupov, Vine cofounder shared the photo of the app on his Twitter, and we can all agree that the app looks awesome.
New Twitter for Mac in dark mode looks so good pic.twitter.com/OnDukgtslx
— Rus (@rus) October 21, 2015
During the conference, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey apologized to developers, because three years ago, the company decided to shut down the access to developers admitting it was a big mistake.
“Somewhere along the line, our relationship with developers got a little bit complicated, a little bit confusing, a little bit unpredictable”, Dorsey said.
“And we want to come to you today, and first and foremost apologize for the confusion,”
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