The Windows version now matches the look and layout of TweetDeck's Web-based app.
A very peculiar, very James Franco ad for Motorola's new phone, featuring the man himself, appears online. Has Franco switched?
The refresh includes a revamped interface that boasts a new sidebar on the left for easier navigation across columns.
Announced a few months ago, the new app programming interface cuts off support for TweetDeck, as well as a handful of third-party Twitter clients.
LG's French arm offers Twittered amusement at Apple's "Bendgate," because its own GFlex phone is ready-bent. But TweetDeck says the tweet was sent from an iPhone.
The newly revamped Web site offers up a cleaner design and moves virtually all of the commands a user needs to a left sidebar.
In March, Twitter announced it would focus efforts on TweetDeck's Web version. Facebook support, as well as versions for iPhone and Android, have disappeared.
The social network is tweaking its service after a rash of harassing and gruesome images and in an effort to bring more relevant information to people.
The application for power-users will cease to exist in three weeks, though the web app will continue as it is.
Twitter is laying to rest several versions of the power-user-friendly tool.