Twitter for Mac updated, gets Retina display support and quick photo uploads

In a time when social media has become increasingly mobile-based, Twitter has taken a step back of sorts and updated its Mac app. The app which was last updated over a year ago, has been given a variety of new features like Retina display support, quicker photo uploads, keyboard shortcuts and also support for additional languages among others.

The new update gives Twitter for Mac a layout similar to the ones you would see on a mobile phone with relevant buttons on the left and the tweets on the right. By taking advantage of the Retina display on the Macs, Twitter promises better looking tweets with sharper and vivid details. There’s also a camera icon on the left, which makes it easier to embed a photo in your tweets while also retaining the drag and drop functionality.

In addition to the above, Twitter for Mac now gets supports for 14 languages including the likes of Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian and Japanese among others. The update also adds other features like keyboard shortcuts and support for multiple accounts and timelines.

You can download the latest version of Twitter for Mac for from the Mac App Store.

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