Windows 8, which Microsoft officially released for public consumption last week, currently supports the Twitter-owned TweetDeck client. Users can visit the Twitter website on Internet Explorer 10 (desktop and Metro or Windows Design versions), but there’s nothing that’s specifically designed for Windows 8 (or Windows RT) gesture- and touch-friendly interfaces.

The other key benefit of a native Twitter client: any app developed for Windows 8 should be code-compatible with Windows RT and Windows Phone 8 (which officially launched on Oct 29th).

Source: Mashable