Microsoft’s new Windows 10 Mobile radically gets an official Twitter app, which is really nice to know that someone’s actually developing apps for Windows 10 Mobile platform now. The created app supports some newer Twitter features, such as the ability to send group Direct messages and more. It seems likely that Microsoft is prepping to fill the gap of HERE Maps disappearing from Windows Phone and Windows 10 devices.
It was becoming a joke in the Windows phone community when it was rumored for ages that Winbdows 10 Mobile running on older devices teased. Finally, it smashed the speculation and after months of awaiting however, Microsoft seems to be just about ready to deliver the update if we’re reading this currectly.
“When bringing the app to mobile phones we carefully considered each section of Twitter and how the user interaction translates from desktops and tablets,” Twitter Product Designer Angela Lam wrote in a blog post.
Microsoft’s long-awaited Windows 10 Mobile upgrade is on the race of being deployed now. Playing its perfect cards incredibly close to the chest, the company will officially announce its same-day availability on March 17, as per the person familiar with the Redmond-based sofware firm’s plans.
Given the fact in the past as previously reported by TechGiri in a story suggesting that March point as the latest intent rollout target, legacy in-market devices selected to receive the Windows 10 Mobole update at first need to initiate it manually. The specific Nokia-and Microsoft branded Lumia devices arroved for the upgrade are an even more closely gaurded secret, and won’t be revealed until an potential announcement made by Microsoft today.
Expected to roll out Microsoft’s new operating system for select Windows Phones. Although a Twitter App for Windows 10 Mobile has already been launched. Now what? Stay tuned!
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