The Windows 10 ecosystem has a number of excellent third-party Twitter clients. Two are Tweet It! And Aeries, with the former getting a relatively minor update with some nice UI enhancements. Today, Aeries is getting its own update, except this time the number of fixes and enhancements are a little more significant.
For those interested in what is coming in Aeries 2.3 (full changelog is about 2x as big) – https://t.co/IrDv1Jez4D
— Brad Stevenson (@BradSStevenson) June 3, 2016
Here’s the changelog from the developer’s site:
- Updated colour pallet in some places.
- Navigation performance improvements.
- Fixed an issue where the bottom of a tweet detail view was hidden on PC.
- Fixed some issues where custom tint colour would not apply.
- Fixed a potential crash when deleting accounts whilst streaming.
- Fixed an issue where battery drain and performance issues could occur on a poor performant Wi-Fi connection.
- Fixed bug where sometimes reply text wouldn’t display in tweet detail view.
- Improved scrolling performance.
- Massively improved navigation performance for quickly viewing user profiles and tweet details.
- Fixed an issue where the command bar could stop working after switching sections on mobile.
- Accounts page and login page now adopt a slightly gradient background.
- Improvements in how sections are managed behind the scenes for more stability and easier future extensions
- Pull to refresh!
- New compose experience for desktop (Ctrl + Click to pop-out compose window).
- Crash logging improvements.
- Added animations for opening and closing images with the image viewer.
- Images now slightly fade in when lazy loaded within the timeline.
- Unread count now displays over each timeline, creating more space in the headers.
- Unread count now hides when you scroll (sic) down.
- Pin users as sections
- Fewer appearance settings require restart of application.
- Quick actions displayed on mouse (sic) over now have hover states and animations for appearing / disappearing.
- Lots of diagnostic improvements to fix future bugs quicker.
- Fixed some issues with streaming stability.
- Fixed an issue where retweet notification may not fire if received (sic) via streaming.
That’s a fairly significant update offering a ton of fixes and enhancements. Keep an eye out for the update, and you can download the app for $2.99 from the Windows Store at the link below.