Aeries Twitter App for Windows 10 Updated with Several Improvemets
Many folks might not have heard of an app called Aeries for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. The app is considered as one of the best Twitter app for the platform, and with the latest update, it is now even better than before.
The latest update features smoother animations, improved read save positions and more.
Bear in mind that Aeries is not a free app. It costs $2.99 via the Windows Store, but from what we have gathered, the app can be considered as one of the best Twitter apps available, and guess what? It is exclusive to Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile.
When it comes down to the improvements, we have to say that the ability to press Ctrl+Enter to send a quick reply is something users should find pleasing. Furthermore, it is now possible to save images by right-clicking on the PC version.
Save and read stability have also been improved here. However, if you’re still experiencing problems, we recommend deleting the cache then try again. Another key improvement that should excite users, is the ability to update sections without having to restart the app. This problem can only be found on the PC version.
For those who have been experiencing problems with the app updating to keep up with updates made to the user profile outside of the app, that has been fixed in this latest update.
Accessing user actions is a lot easier now, just right-click or long hold on a user’s image in the timeline to access the options.
Overall, this is a solid update that has made a great app better than it was before. It is much better than the official Twitter app, and since Tweetdeck is not available via the Windows Store, Aeries is the closest thing users will get to that experience unless they download the x86 Tweetdeck software.
Download the Aeries Twitter app directly from the Windows Store.
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