Microsoft unleashed Windows 10 on Tuesday, and Twitter is using the opportunity to launch a new experience for the operating system.
You can see what it looks like above. It includes Twitter Live Tiles; multiple photo tweets (you can upload up to four photos per tweet); animated GIFs’ Vine playback; previews for tweets with photos, vine videos, and other content in the home timeline; and the ability to share photos privately in direct messages.
Twitter product manager David Gasca writes on the Twitter blog:
Starting today, Windows users will have a new Twitter experience optimized especially for Windows 10. Announced last night, this Twitter app will be available alongside the launch of Windows 10 for PCs and Tablets.
The new Twitter for Windows 10 is a Universal Windows Application that gives you instant access to top Tweets, photos and videos without requiring a login. You’ll also see Tweets right out of the box in live tiles from the Start menu.
The new Twitter experience for Windows is available immediately for Windows 10 users. You can read all about the operating system here.
In other Windows 10 news, Microsoft says Bing Ads campaigns are poised to do a lot better this holiday season as a result of the release and its impact on Bing query growth.
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