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Sport Twitter finally returns to Mac with new app

07:06  11 october  2019
07:06  11 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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MacOS Catalina was released to the public earlier this week, making it easier for developers to port their iPad apps to the Mac . Twitter is joining the club today with a new Catalyst version of its iPad app that’s now available on the Mac App Store. Ecobee HomeKit Thermostat.

Twitter has announced that its official Mac app is returning to macOS, almost a year after the company discontinued the native app , to the The all new Twitter for Mac will be in development this summer in preparation for an early launch on macOS 10.15 Catalina. pic. twitter .com/Q13OUMRgjt.

Twitter returned to the Mac on Thursday, thanks to Apple'sProject Catalyst software. The app is now available for download in the Mac App Store.

a close up of a box: Apple unveiled Project Catalyst in June at WWDC. Apple© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. Apple unveiled Project Catalyst in June at WWDC. Apple

Twitter discontinued support for its Mac app last year amid poor reactions from users. Twitter's return to Mac was made possible by Project Catalyst, an initiative announced at WWDC in June that makes it possible to install and use iPad apps on the Mac.

Catalina lets Mac users run iPad apps they can download through the Mac App Store and use an iPad as a second screen, much in the way you might use a monitor.

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Though many app developers are able to grow and flourish outside of the Mac App Store (unlike the iOS App Store, you can install If you're new to BBEdit, or you'd prefer to help the company sustain it's very expensive overhead by subscribing (a cost that helps the developers maintain their regular

The all new Twitter for Mac will be in development this summer in preparation for an early launch on macOS 10.15 Catalina. pic. twitter .com/Q13OUMRgjt. In February 2018, Twitter pulled the application from Apple’s App Store after a history of sporadic updates and recommended that people

With the launch of MacOS Catalina this week, about 20 iPad apps were released, but several of the most anticipated ones, like Twitter and DC Universe, were still in development. Some early reviews of the Twitter app find it as familiar as using Twitter through a browser.

The fate of other app is still unknown, but MacOS Catalina , which is available as a free download, is required to use the Twitter app.

While MacOS Catalina is bringing back Twitter to Mac, it means the end of iTunes. Apple is replacing the iTunes app with three separate apps: Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV.

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