After getting support for the Windows 10 Share Dialog just a few days ago, yet another update has come to the Twitter Progressive Web App (PWA.) Indeed, the app now supports jump lists on Windows 10, allowing users to get shortcuts and app commands by just right-clicking on the Twitter icon in the taskbar or Start Menu.
Looks like the Twitter PWA recently added support for jump lists on Windows 10. 🙌 pic.twitter.com/Wl2btb9odE
— Kyle Pflug (@kylealden) April 14, 2018
The addition of jump lists is more proof that Progressive Web Apps are catching up to the features of the UWP. It also shows how quick and easy it is to push out new features, as things are automatic and users do not need to head to the Windows Store to grab this latest update.
At any rate, we’re looking forward to seeing more additions to the Twitter PWA in the months ahead. Live Tile support and the ability to upload video were promised to be added soon, and they would pretty much make the application a fully working alternative to Twitter on the Web.
You can head below to download the Twitter PWA on Windows 10. Please be aware PWAs are only supported in Redstone 4, and Redstone 5, so you’ll currently need to be a Windows Insider to try it out, or you can wait for the general Redstone 4 update in a few weeks