For instance, the new app (version 4.1.0) now allows Windows 10 users to quote tweets without wasting valuable characters, a feature that’s been around on the web and mobile apps since April. It did get one interesting new feature called “happening now” that shows popular Twitter stories in a grid.
The addition of this feature also brings along a slight layout change to make room for it. In the top left menu, users can now see Home, Happening Now, Notifications, Messages and Me sections, from top to bottom. In the lower left menu, users can now find Search, New Tweet and Refresh options.
For now, the new Twitter app for Windows 10 is live and available for download from the Microsoft Store, with the latest version 4.1 replacing the previous 4.0.7. It could still use a tweak or two, but it’s nevertheless an improvement.