Twitter will not longer support a Windows version of its popular TweetDeck app.
The social messaging company said in a blog post on Thursday that it will “no longer support a standalone Windows app” of TweetDeck as of April 15.
Twitter said it will end support of the Windows TweetDeck app in order to “better focus on enhancing your TweetDeck experience,” but it did not elaborate in more detail.
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The TweetDeck app lets users view multiple Twitter (TWTR) feeds in one single pane. The tool is popular with journalists and other users who like to see multiple Tweets and messages than what the standard Twitter app can display.
Of course, Twitter is not leaving Windows users completely in the dark. Windows users will still be able to use TweetDeck through their web browsers.
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Twitter acquired TweetDeck in 2011 in a deal that was reported to have been worth over $40 million.