Twitter for Mac is now available​ to macOS Catalina users

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Twitter and Mac fans rejoice! Announced at WWDC 2019, macOS Catalyst allows developers to port over iPad apps to the Mac. Finally, with the release of macOS Catalina, Twitter for Mac is now available!

The new Twitter for Mac app was originally announced during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference in June with the announcement of Catalyst. Catalyst is a new program that, through the use of the same code, developers can port over their iPad apps easily to the Mac.

Coinciding with the recent release of macOS Catalina, the Twitter dev team have released their Twitter for Mac app. The app is available for free on the Mac App Store. You can download it here.

So far, I am enjoying not having to log-in each time when I close my browser. There are a few things I’d like to see changed, for example tailoring it a little more to Mac displays. Margins are gigantic, and the text is relatively small even when made larger.

Nevertheless, I applaud their attempt that I have anxiously been waiting months for. Now I am off to Twitter. Find me here. Shoot me a tweet with your thoughts, love to hear them.

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Sid Ramirez

I usually write stuff, mostly Apple. Photographer, film major, environmentalist, techie.

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