Windows 10 news recap: Twitter remains committed to Windows, Apple ending Texture on Windows, and more

Jack Wilkinson

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Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap, where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.

Twitter renews “long overdue” commitment to Windows with new PWA

Despite questions being raised over Twitter’s commitment to Windows, the social media giant has confirmed its commitment is “long overdue” and will focus on its Progressive Web App, leaving behind its UWP app.

Night Mode is coming to Windows 10’s new Twitter app soon

On the back of committing to Windows with its PWA, Twitter will be adding a Night Mode to the new app, following the dark theme available on its other apps and website, making Twitter use more enjoyable at night.

Windows 10 Twitter PWA app

Apple is ending support for the Texture magazine reading app on Windows

Following Apple’s acquisition of Texture, a magazine reading app, the company is shuttering its app for Windows. Notifications have been sent to users of the app.

Texture app

Microsoft’s support site talks about the Windows 10 Mobile April 2018 Update

Thought Windows 10 Mobile was dead? It probably is, but Microsoft wouldn’t have you thinking that, as it has released a support article that claims Windows 10 Mobile will receive the April 2018 Update, although, it looks unlikely that’s the case.

Windows 10 Mobile April 2018 Update

That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Windows 10 news!