After descovering Tweeten via a Windows Central Article I stumbled accross while scrolling through my Apple News feed in the evening of Saturday the 27th of Febuary while away from home and contacting them via their Twitter Account where they gave me a link to their website to download the app from , I downloaded & Installed the 64-bit Windows version 1o version in the afternoon of Sunday the 28th of Febuary.
Upon Launching v 1.4 that I’d only just downloaded & Installed I was prompted to download the newer v1.4.1, once downloaded and Installed for a second time I was able to Launch and log into Tweeten with my Twitter Login.
Once Logged in Tweeten reminded me very much of the old TweetDeck app prior to it being bought by Twitter & it’s pretty much identicle to the TweetDeck Chrome app that I use on my Chromebook.
Even though Tweeten is still in Beta it’s way more usable than the Official Windows 10 Twitter App as being able to swipe between the different panes if you dock Tweeten to the edges of your Desktop & having the different panes visable if you don’t is far more convenient than having to click on different icons like you do with the Official Twitter App.
If like me you snap your Tweeten window to the right hand edge of your screen & re-sized to only show the timeline tab/1 tab at a time you can use the two finger left & right trackpad scrolling gesture on a Laptop/Tablet, if you’re using a Desktop you can use the tab icons in the bar that runs down the left hand side of the window to switch tabs.
The only downside is that you can pin the Tweeten icon to your Start Screen but you can’t pin it to your Taskbar meaning that you’ve got to go through the Start Screen to launch Tweeten after every reboot which is a little annoying, other than that it’s a nice replacement for the Official Windows 8.1/10 Twitter app & as it’s a Desktop app & not a Windows app it makes an ideal replacement for the Twitter website on Windows 7.