Twitter For Mac Updates Include Ability To Tweet From Multiple Accounts

Mac users: Do you want a crisper, cooler Twitter interface? Sure you do! And do you also have more than one Twitter account that you’d like to tweet from without signing in and out all day long (or paying for a service to do so)? Then Twitter must have made this update just for you! Looks like PC users have yet another reason to fuel that Mac envy. Twitter announcedthese “Twitter for Mac” improvements today:

  • Photos: It’s easier than ever to share photos. Simply click the camera icon in the lower-left corner of the Tweet compose box, and choose a photo to share. If you prefer, you can still drag and drop photos from the desktop.
  • Retina display support: Now Twitter is even more vibrant and detailed on the highest resolution Mac notebooks. With this update, Tweets will be clearer and sharper, creating a more vivid experience.
  • 14 more languages: In addition to English, Twitter for Mac now supports Dutch, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, and Turkish.

So if you use a Mac, you need to download the free app from the Mac App Store. And after opening it, you’ll get this prompt to sign in to your Twitter: And it pops up as a separate screen and looks like this: We know what you’re thinking: As someone with three thousand tabs open at once, why would I use this? Here’s why: You can tweet from multiple accounts using this app.

Along with these updates, Twitter for Mac offers keyboard shortcuts, support for multiple accounts and timelines, and other features that you’ve come to love.

Twitter promises more improvements are on the way. We’ll keep you posted! Hopefully it will be a way to schedule tweets – they you can say bye bye to those other paid services!

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@MaryCLong Mary C. Long is Chief Ghost at Digital Media Ghost. She writes about everything online and is published widely, with a focus on privacy concerns, specifically social sabotage.