Your timelines will now refresh automatically every 1-2 minutes instead. The responsive layout ensures that the app looks great no matter how wide or narrow you set the app window's width. Twitter for Mac is getting a fresh new look and feel today. Personal preference is a big factor here, so I separated out some individual impressions too … Twitter for Mac is no longer available to download and is officially unsupported as of today, March 16. Block any Kardashian you can learn the name of long enough to enter into a textbox within Tweetbot. I'd prefer to be able to see both feeds interleaved, and to be able to easily post to either account.
Also, the menu bar is very inconsistent with whether or not it wants to show up. All of these apps are available in the Mac App Store. It just drove me nuts, signing out and signing back in. Because Twitter has chosen not to provide alternatives to these interfaces we have been forced to disable or degrade certain features. You can access Topics by clicking the gear menu in the New Tweet screen. This app gives Twitter users another fast and convenient way to stay connected to what they care about the most.
The website has zero such support unless I've missed something? The trademark feature of TweetDeck is its columns. Although we liked the application's great, simple design, we have to note that Twitter for Mac has several limitations. I think it's a lot of how people use Twitter. They make everybody go through their clients, and they benefit from that in certain ways. I like how Tweetbot looks the most, it is close to the design of Twitter of Mac after all. The Twitter Mac app was dead a long time ago, they just kept the corpse twitching to torture users. Basically, I built a prototype in a week.
Depending on your chosen setting, hovering over a tweet exposes ways to interact with it, including Reply, Retweet or Quote , Favorite, and Share think: Read it Later services. Twitter would tell you to use their website of course. It was an awesome app. Also, when I want to see who liked the tweet, it shows Favstar, and not who actually liked the tweet. Tell me your thoughts in the comments below! Like a photo or video, attaching a location to a tweet is as simple as clicking on the location button. For the full Twitter experience on Mac, visit Twitter on web.
We should do the same thing. Somebody on Twitter, there was some speculation, or just recollection of the timeline where I think Tweetie for Mac 1. Twitterrific also has a lot of appearance customization options although lacks some features like an Activity view that a more mature client would offer Twitterrific was re-launched as a ground-up rewrite last year. Facebook's a very different service. I only want to use a twitter app that doesnt run on horrible algorithms! So, starting today the Twitter for Mac app will no longer be available for download, and in 30 days will no longer be supported. Their development really was on schedule, which is always a really tough game on a Kickstarter software campaign.
It never worked right for animated images, and never even got an update that let you use the new higher tweet character limit - presumably because the entire app would have had to be re-written from the ground up. If you use Twitter on your Mac, deserves a spot in your Dock. You can create and follow lists easily, as well as edit members of any particular list. I don't think apps like Tweetbot and Twitterrific are still subject to 100,000 user limit, but it's not open. Third party clients can't use them. Ben: I was never in the C level suite on any of the conversations about how they truly felt, but it was always.
It's like a pet peeve. If you want to see more than a single timeline at once, hover over the bottom right corner of the main timeline and a little blue button will appear. At the top of the expanded column, simply change the column to something you want to view, and the columns will remain in order the next time you expand. But for all the people that actually do care about this functionality, won't they get screwed over by this? They got a really well-known third-party development outfit to make a completely new app for them. I thought it had some good ideas. Paul: Yeah, it would be nice, but I don't expect it to change. This is my opinion, and I could be wrong.
The app supports Retina displays, meaning all your text, photos, and icons look sharp on even the newest MacBook Pros. But other than that - yeah, I don't see a point to a Twitter app. The main section of the window is composed of tweets, with new ones loading in at the top. The app is also three times faster than its original version that was previously called Tweetie for Mac. Adding media to a tweet is simple.