Accessible for macOS and Google Chrome, Tweetdeck allows users to handle several accounts, viewing the deadline and posting to the right account when required. The popularity of the application led Twitter to acquire
The latest update for Tweetdeck is rolling out today for macOS devices, and contains some vital improvements recorded in the changelog. This includes a change in the old webview implementation with a contemporary view based on WKWebView. However, most current Mac devices run newer versions of the operating system, and will not be adversely affected by the shift.
Other modifications include a decrease in memory usage, adjusting the ability to connect Twitter accounts via Teams, along with a significant fix to some crash issue that is thought to have impacted a high number of consumers. This fix will make the app much more secure also. The upgrade is available to get through the Mac App Store, and is just 2.9MB in size. As we said, Tweetdeck is also available as an Internet client through its website which can be opened on many browsers, and may separately be set up as a Google Chrome app.
Tweetdeck started out as an independently-developed program, but has since been obtained by Twitter. It’s among the most popular Twitter customers together with the official Twitter apps, and is mostly targeted at users managing company accounts on Twitter, or for those with many accounts. The feature set allows a fair quantity of flexibility, along with a column-based interface for seeing activity on different accounts. Twitter last year stopped the Twitter for Mac program, rather encouraging users to utilize the Web interface through a browser.