Twitter for Mac updated with Retina display support

The folks at Twitter have finally released an update  thtoeir beloved Twitter for Mac app, bringing long-awaited features to the platform. 

Most notably, you'll find the addition of Retina Display support now on Twitter for Mac, bringing it up to par with other third-party solutions like TweetBot. Twitter for Mac users have long been yearning for those added pixels, ever since the Retina MacBook Pro was released last summer. 

Additionally, the folks at Twitter have added more around photos, making them easier to share. There is a camera icon in the lower-left corner of the Tweet compose box, where you can upload a photo to share. Photos can also be dragged and dropped right from the desktop. If you speak Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese or Turkish, you'll be happy to learn Twitter for Mac has you covered. 

The tech lead of Twitter for Mac Ben Sandofsky says to "keep an eye out for more improvements to come". That's good news, as it was once our understanding that Twitter had abandoned its Mac app to die. However, that's not the case. 

You can grab the updated Twitter for Mac from the App Store today. Still missing are Twitter’s Cards, Connect and Discover tabs.. and ads, but we don't really mind missing the latter.



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