Twitter for Windows 10

Twitter recently released its PWA app for Windows 10 both on PCs. The Twitter PWA has received many new features since it was first made available in the Microsoft Store.

Today the social networking company is releasing another new update for its Twitter PWA on Windows 10 devices. These new changes will automatically become available for the Twitter app on Windows 10 devices.

After the latest update users will now be seeing a new and more organized Explore page with topic tabs. This feature is currently available for users in the US.

Twitter is also making changes to the Moments feature to help users to navigate easily. The Moments feature will now be visible vertically instead of the earlier horizontally. This new addition will work similar to the Timeline feature on Windows 10 devices.

Currently, though Moments which are sponsored will continue to work horizontally for users outside of US, till the feature is completely rolled out.

Twitter says, “Right now, you swipe horizontally to read Moments, but our research showed us that Moments are easier to use vertically, just like your timeline. In our tests of this new look, we saw significantly more people using and returning to Moments. So, we’re starting to introduce this new vertical timeline experience for Moments.”

It’s worth mentioning that the new Twitter PWA has more features and offers a better experience in comparison to old discontinued UWP app.

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akshay Waghray

Akshay Waghray is a technology news reporter at Windows Latest and his area of expertise include Windows Phone. Articles contributed by Akshay have been referred by big publications such as Future Inc, Purge, and others over the years.