Earlier this month at Apple's WWDC 2019, the company announced Project Catalyst for Mac's upcoming operating system Catalina. This software, previously called Marzipan, will allow developers to more easily convert their iPad applications and projects into Mac-compatible experiences; thanks to Project Catalina, Twitter explained, the platform will be relaunching a Mac version of the application complete with native Mac features.
At the developer conference, Twitter revealed that the Mac app will come with Mac-specific keyboard shortcuts, as well as dark mode and push notifications. The company further explained on June 14 that it had discontinued the desktop version of the platform to instead focus on the mobile application since "supporting two separate codebases was no longer a sustainable option."
More specifically, Twitter stated that the new version of Twitter for Mac will support resizable windows, multiple windows, and drag and drop. Users will gain access to the desktop version of the platform when macOS Catalina rolls out this fall. – AFP Relaxnews
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