Twitter ends support for its official Mac app


The San Francisco-headquartered company made the announcement of sunsetting the Twitter for Mac app in a tweet from its TwitterSupport handle, saying it was streamlining its resources.

In an effort to make its product more efficient across platforms, Twitter has chose to discontinue its Mac desktop app altogether.

On Friday, Twitter announced that it would abandon its lesser-loved Mac app, directing users to instead. Are you satisfied with the Twitter Web interface? That being said, there's no hint suggesting Twitter will release a more improved replacement in the future.

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Twitter has been unsuccessful to keep its Mac app up to date with the latest features.

The app, before Twitter pulled it, had an average user rating on the Apple App Store of 1.7 out of five. Twitter didn't even make the app itself; the company outsourced development to a third-party digital studio in Seattle called Black Pixel.

Some users had been hoping for a dramatic desktop update since 2015, but most have since migrated to Twitterific or Tweetbot.

Many Twitter users are expressing their concerns that the company could similarly sunset TweetDeck, a well-loved client with multi-column organization, list-making tools and robust notifications that the company acquired for $40 million back in 2011. As always, if you have anything to share, feel free to sound them off in the comments section below!