TweetDeck makes it easier for publishers, marketers and power users to track the real-time conversations they care about. It brings more flexibility and insight to power users through a customizable layout that lets you keep up with the people and topics that matter most to you. And, you can join the conversation by tweeting, sharing photos and links to news stories, and more.
- This release replaces the old web view implementation with a modern one based on WKWebView. Because of this change the minimum supported macOS version is now 10.10 (Yosemite).
- Memory usage has been significantly reduced.
- Fixes the ability to link Twitter accounts through Teams.
- Fixes a major crash that was impacting a lot of people. This should significantly improve the stability of the app.
Ratings and Reviews
Thanks for disabling Twitter app
Sarcasm, but at first this seemed like a nice replacement due to the fact Twitter not only removed the Twitter app from the App store, but also disabled using its service completely, which is quite stupid in my opinion. I like the fact this app allows the 280 character limit which the Twitter app lacked. Less bugs and it almost never quits unexpectedly, another bug the Twitter app had.
What I don’t like about this app is how its functionality just depeletes over time. Lately this app has a bug which doesn’t load images or videos for some unknown reason. Used to work earlier. This app needs to update gif capablities, because how can you go on without that feature? C’mon! You should offer the ability to hide images through settings, which I no longer see the option for or the setting is elsewhere. Would give this a five star, but it’s quite lacky on what Twitter should be like as it is by the mobile app.
Recent change to links in tweets has ruined tweetdeck
As of a couple days ago, you can no longer read more than a few words of what is being linked in someone’s tweet — you no longer see the actual link. You see what sort of looks like a Quote Tweet box. Except it’s not helpful like a Quote Tweet box. You see a few words from the headline of the link. But what is the point of seeing just a few words of what is being linked?? How is that helpful? It gives you just enough context to be *totally* confused. Please fix this! I wish I could show a screencap of how completely useless this new feature is. It does not help in any way and is far more confusing than anything else.
It's Abandonware. Move on people.
Some feedback below for developers, if they care.
EDIT: last updated 3 years ago! Haha! Never mind then.
The dark theme is burning my eyes out. There is too much contrast. Font color is pure white, make it whitish. Look at other apps with dark mode for inspiration. Take a look at App Store reviews and their color theme, for example. Much more pleasant to look at.
This app is just a web page in (bad) disguise. Menus especially don't look nor feel native. Their styling is also always white, even if you select the dark theme in the app.
With it being a web app, use "user-select: none", please! Often I inadvertently select text and pieces of UI because you are allowed to select everything just like on a typical web page. This is not a good thing. It's OK to be able to copy a tweet, but it should be well defined.
No menu bar icon.
Notifications don't show up in notification center.
OK, I'm back to using that other unofficial twitter app, will check back in 6 months.
- Twitter, Inc.
- 2.9 MB
- OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
- © Twitter Inc.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.