Twitter has revealed that it will be bringing back “Twitter to Mac” with assistance from Apple’s Task Catalyst, Pro, which is Apple’s initiative to help developers port their iOS apps into Mac. Twitter made the announcement during Apple’s WWDC conference recently, stating that the app would release with Catalina and this brand-new variation would have a variety of features like dark mode, keyboard shortcuts, several windows, and notifications, The Brink reported late on Saturday.
In a post about the return of Twitter for Mac users, the company said: “We are delighted that Project Catalyst will enable us to bring Twitter back to the Mac by leveraging our existing iOS codebase. We’ll likewise be able to add native Mac features on top of our existing iPad experience, while keeping our maintenance effective as we continue to improve this shared codebase in the years to come.”
The business formerly had a “Twitter for Mac app” that was ceased in February 2018 due to the fact that it was not sustainable to preserve two separate codebases. Apple had first teased the return of the Twitter for Mac app throughout the WWDC 2019 keynote speech.
According to the report, the business said that with Project Catalyst, they would have the ability to utilize their existing iOS codebase in addition to new functions for desktops.
The brand new Twitter for Mac is being developed and is set up for an early launch by this year on macOS Catalina 10.15.