Twitter for Windows 10 receives an update, brings quote tweet support, multiple account support and more

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Twitter released its redesigned Windows 10 app right after the operating system was released to the public. The app brought a number of new features as well as a much more intuitive and simple design. Some much needed features such as multiple account support, etc. were missing from the app, but it seems the company decided to get them through to their users.
Earlier today, the company pushed out an update for Twitter for Windows 10, bumping it to version 4.1. The new update brings a number of enhancements and new features to the app, with the most notable ones being the support for multiple accounts and the ability to quote tweets (via Windows Central). The new update also give users the ability to view and manage their lists from within the app, as well as view the “happening now” section that shows popular tweets and topics.
The update is available in the Windows Store, head over to the updates section and grab the app. Let us know if you can find any other changes in the app.

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