Twitter has millions of users, but for people running Mac computers, the social network has had some limitations.
Twitter recently announced enhancements for Mac users that should make the social network more engaging for this important group, too.
As we’ve been reporting, Twitter remains one of the top online ways to reach potential customers and stay in contact with current ones. The update for Mac users is now available in the Mac App Store for free.
Along with several visual and composition enhancements, Twitter announced Thursday that its Mac App will allow a user to manage multiple accounts, view multiple timelines and use some new keyboard shortcuts. Managing multiple accounts is a vital feature for Twitter users, especially business owners who can manage their personal, business and perhaps a special promotional account from a single app.
A new Tweet box will feature a camera icon that allows a Mac user to select a photo to share through Twitter. Mac users can still continue to drag-and-drop their photos into the Tweet compose area.
Twitter now supports Mac’s retina display, a feature the social network says will enhance the experience for Mac users by creating “more vivid Tweets.”
Twitter Tech Lead, Ben Sandofsky, also reports that Twitter for Mac will support 14 additional languages. Along with English, Twitter for Mac will now support Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese and Turkish.