Twitter has been around from 2006. Since then, it has been a constant platform for users to express their thoughts on. Unlike Facebook, it is more of updating/thought sharing app rather than an amalgamation for all kinds of social interactions. Perhaps that is what makes it simple and, honestly, brilliant. While it was a website based app, in the beginning, there were many applications that supported it. For iPhones/ Androids, for example, TweetBot (exclusive for Apple), is a common and famous one. Marques Brownlee, a famous Youtube content creator, appreciates the app a lot. Another app restricted to PCs and Macs is TweetDeck. Unlike Tweetbot, the App is an official, by Twitter. In an article by MacRumors, they report a new update for the App.
The update is available as of today and does not require an update from the App Store. This means that it is updated from the server, at the backend. The update was, ironically enough, announced via a Tweet. TweetDeck’s tweet can be seen here below
Now going over the update in a bit of detail. The update brings in a new compose window. This is what makes it a major one, considering the veteran tweeting window is finally changed. Not only that, a dark mode is coupled along with it. Other additions include emoji support and polls to be conducted. Not only that, GIFs are now supported via the App as well. These are all features which complement the entire Twitter Experience.
Users would still have the option to choose between the two but I believe this is a beginning to a permanent transition. This is how usually things go, at least. If users cannot see the update, try reinstalling your app since it is a rolling update from the server.