Twitter has released another update for their Windows 10 PWA. The latest update adds the ability to share directly from the Windows 10 Share Box. The feature is useful as it saves the trip of opening Twitter on a web browser to share anything. Users can now directly use the Windows 10 Share Dialog to send out tweets with ease.
Are you kidding me?!? The Twitter PWA is now a target from the Windows 10 Share Dialog! This shows how well PWAs can be integrated into the WIndows 10 OS via Service Workers and other APIs. pic.twitter.com/N2bjf08b5x
— Richard Hay (@WinObs) April 11, 2018
If you remember, Twitter released the PWA last week for users running Redstone 4 and Redstone 5 and it is finally catching up with the WP. The company is working hard to add new features and changes to the app in the coming weeks. The upcoming changes include live tile support and the ability to upload videos.