Twitter app taken down from Apple’s Mac store
Twitter decides to take down its popular program on Apple Mac. Twitter has pulled the application from the Internet and from Apple App Store on Mac. Nevertheless, the Support for Twitter for Mac is available for today, but will end reports TechCrunch, in 30 days.
Before being pulled by Twitter, the program had an average user evaluation on the Apple App Store i.e. 1.7 out of 5. This describes a true approximation of most people’s disposition toward the applications, that has not been as robust as 3rd party customers like Tweetbot or perhaps in home services.
Twitter has been ineffective to keep up its Mac program to date with the most recent features.
For the full Twitter experience on Mac, visit Twitter on web. 👉 https://t.co/fuPJa3nVky
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) February 16, 2018
It took the business over seven months to bring Moments, which launched in October of 2015, to its Mac customer.
Twitter did not even make the application itself, the business outsourced development to a 3rd party electronic studio in Seattle.
Meanwhile, the Twitter has also expedited its movement to monitor content on its own platform, as it lately implemented new guidelines to prevent hate speech and harassment.
Twitter has signaled that its new policy comprises the limitation on any abusive language in the profile info of an account, along with abusive language.