Twitter’s old UWP app stops working on Windows 10

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Twitter UWP app for Windows 10

Twitter this week ended support for its old UWP app for Windows
10. If you’re on a device that runs Windows 10 version 1709,
Windows 10 Mobile and older, your Twitter app will stop working
anytime. You can always upgrade your supported device to

Windows 10 April Update 2018 Update and download
Twitter’s new PWA.

The Twitter app is not unsupported as of June 1. If you open
the Twitter app on your Windows 10, it will show a network
error or it will fail to verify the credentials.

Twitter’s new Progressive Web App (PWA) is available in the
Microsoft Store for a while now, and it works only on devices
with Windows 10 April 2018 Update and Fall Creators Update or
newer.

With Windows 10 version 1803, Microsoft introduced support for
Progressive Web App, which allows a web app to work more like a
native app. Unfortunately, the new app is not available on
phones, as it doesn’t support PWA.

You’ll no longer be able to use the Twitter’s old UWP app on
Windows 10 version 1709 (and older), Windows 10 Mobile, Windows
8, Windows Phone 8 and 7. Of course, the news isn’t exactly
surprising.

Twitter’s UWP app for Windows 10 devices hasn’t received
updates in a long time. The app doesn’t even support Twitter’s
new characters limit and other features. You can upgrade to the
supported devices to download PWA, or use Twitter’s new mobile
website, which is a web app and provide a better experience
than the UWP.

“We encourage everyone to update the Windows app as soon as you
update your OS as previous versions will no longer be available
for download starting today and no longer supported starting
June 1st.  If you’re running Windows 8.1 or below, you can
access the latest update by updating to Windows 10 or through
twitter.com in your browser to continue enjoying the full
Twitter experience,” Twitter said last month.

Microsoft appears to be committed to Progressive Web App, and
the company in a blog post also promoted Twitter’s PWA. The app
is on a par with Android and iOS, it supports longer tweets,
explore tab, bookmark, night mode, taskbar pinning, push
notifications and more. Additional features are coming soon.

As noted above, you can download Twitter’s new PWA from the
Microsoft Store on devices running the Windows 10 April 2018 or
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.



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