Accessible for macOS and Google Chrome, Tweetdeck enables users to handle multiple accounts, viewing the deadline and posting to the ideal account when required. The prevalence of this application led Twitter to obtain the service in 2011. Tweetdeck has now updated its macOS application, with the update now rolling out on compatible devices.
The latest upgrade for Tweetdeck is rolling out now for macOS devices, and has some key improvements recorded in the changelog. This includes a shift in the older webview implementation with a modern view according to WKWebView. Due to this shift, Tweetdeck is now only supported on macOS v10.10 (Yosemite) and afterwards. However, most current Mac devices operate newer versions of this operating platform, and will not be adversely affected by the shift.
Other changes include a reduction in memory usage, fixing the capacity to link Twitter accounts via Teams, along with a major fix to a crash issue that’s thought to have impacted a high number of consumers. This fix will make the app much more stable as well. The upgrade is available to get through the Mac App Store, also is just 2.9MB in size. As we said, Tweetdeck is also available as a Web client through its website that may be opened on most browsers, and can individually be set up as a Google Chrome program.
Tweetdeck started out as an independently-developed app, but has since been acquired by Twitter. It’s among the most popular Twitter customers together with the official Twitter programs, and is mostly targeted at users managing business accounts on Twitter, or for anyone with multiple accounts. The feature set allows a fair quantity of flexibility, along with a column-based port for viewing activity on various accounts. Twitter last year stopped that the Twitter for Mac app, instead encouraging users to utilize the Internet interface through a browser.