Windows 10 phones remain the also-rans of the smartphone universe. But at least they now have a Twitter app all to themselves.
The not-so-elegantly-named “Twitter for Windows 10 Mobile” app is available now from the Windows store.
Twitter announced a version of its app for Windows 10 desktops laptops and tablets in July. What’s new this week is a version suited for smartphones.
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In a blog post announcing the news on Wednesday, Twitter (TWTR) product designer Angela Lam explained:
With Twitter for Windows 10 on mobile, you can experience Moments and group Direct Messages; shoot, edit, and Tweet video using your camera; share a Tweet and add your own commentary with quote Tweet; it’s easier to follow conversations; and you can check out top Tweets without logging in.
This item from BetaNews summed up why this new release is newsworthy:
Unfortunately for Windows 10 Mobile users (yes, they exist), a proper Twitter app was not available. Today, this changes, as an official app comes to Microsoft’s struggling mobile platform. Yes, the Windows-maker is experiencing a rare win with its mobile OS. This is great news, as only yesterday the popular Here Maps defected from the platform.
It’ll take a lot more than an official Twitter app to give Windows 10 phones the momentum needed to survive in a market dominated by Apple (AAPL) iPhones and Android phones of various flavors.
But hey, it’s a start.