Twitter rolls out a Store update for its PWA app on Windows 10: Update - now with changelog

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Twitter has rolled out a new update for its PWA app on Windows 10. The latest update is a Store update and not a backend update so users will have to go to Microsoft Store to download the update.

Twitter replaced their app with the PWA app a couple of months back and has been updating it since then. However, those updates were pushed from the backend which meant that the users had to do nothing to get the update. This time, the company has pushed a Store update which means the users will have to go to the Microsoft Store to get the update.

It’s not clear as to why Twitter pushed a Store update and we certainly haven’t noticed anything different (Yet). However, if you notice any new changes or improvements then make sure to let us know in the comments section below. You can download the latest update from the Microsoft Store below.

Update: This morning we did not know what changes the update brought, but HTNovo has now noticed that the app now supports screen rotation and proper reflowing on both Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile.

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Via: HT Novo

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