Twitter released an updated for Twitter for Mac

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For the first time since 2011, Twitter on Thursday launched an update for Twitter for Mac. The new app is quite impressive in terms of features and improvements.

The app now have supports for 14 more languages including Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Spanish and Turkish.

The new app now have better support for photo sharing and made it very easy for the users. Users can add photos in their tweets like they do on their smartphone and on Twitter’s website. You can add a photo to your tweet easily from the camera icon in the left corner at the bottom of the column from where you are composing your tweet and you can also add a photo from your computer.

The app also out-graded some of the other previous features. Now you cannot see your favorite or starred tweets on the top.

The most-notable feature of the update is the app now have the retina display support for the Mac application of Twitter which will give you an even more vibrant feel of Twitter. “Twitter for Mac offers keyboard shortcuts, support for multiple accounts and timelines, and other features that you’ve come to love,” says the Official Twitter blog

You can download the updated version of the app from the Mac App store.

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