Twitter has become one of the top social networking services in recent times alongside the likes of Facebook. And most of that popularity, it's needless to say, has been generated via handheld devices. Now it seems like more new changes are on the cards for the mobile version of the service, this time for Windows Phone 8.1.
According to reports, Twitter has released a beta version of its service for all devices running Windows Phone 8.1 and has brought back a host of integration features that were otherwise missing from the app for the platform.
As of now, Windows Phone 8.1 has removed much of the social network integration of the OS, although providing new ways for apps to integrate directly with the OS.
However, now with Microsoft releasing a beta of the Twitter app for Windows Phone, it will look to take advantage of these new features while restoringa number of earlier twitter integration features found in WP8.
The new update also allows the app to integrate with Cortana and allow users to say "new tweet" or Search, while also makes good use of the Action Centre.
However, as far as a new update to the report is concerned, it seems like the app is no longer available at the Windows Phone store and has also been unpublished.