Tweeten twitter client updated with improved GIF search

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    Popular cross-platform Twitter client Tweeten has been updated to version 4.2.1 with a number of improvements, including more convenient Gif search.

    The changelog notes the following new features:

    • GIF Search: Now you can directly upload GIFs to Tweeten without needing to save them to your device and manually upload to your tweets. Thanks to https://github.com/eramdam/BetterTweetDeck.
    • Flexible Columns: Reset all of your column sizes, and bring them back to their original size with a single click.
    • Flexible Columns: You can now input any width for each column on Tweeten’s Flexible Columns feature from the Settings page. This means you can now have a column that’s only 50 pixels wide or a column that’s 2000 pixels wide.
    • 280 characters: Tweeten now lets you bring back the numerical character count for tweets.
    • Improved profile UI
    • Improved UI for Retweet, Like from accounts, Follow from accounts modals
    • Removed Old Reply Style feature
    • Fixed a bug where the columns would move slightly after the app loads

    Tweeten remains completely free but you can now donate to support Tweeten development. There’s a new Donate item in the context menu and a Donate modal on the initial start only, or you can donate directly here.  Find the MacOS and non-store version here.

    Tweeten

    Developer: Tweeten

    Price: Free

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