Twitter\u2019s erratic support for its dedicated desktop Mac application is coming to an end, with the company\u00a0announcing today\u00a0that it\u2019s pulled the application from the web and from Apple\u2019s App Store. Support for Twitter for Mac will end in 30 days, the company adds. The app, before Twitter pulled it, had an average user rating on the App Store of 1.7 out of 5. That\u2019s an accurate approximation of most people\u2019s attitude toward the software, which has never quite been as robust as third-party clients like Tweetbot or even in-house services like Tweetdeck. We're focusing our efforts on a great Twitter experience that's consistent across platforms. So, starting today the Twitter for Mac app will no longer be available for download, and in 30 days will no longer be supported. \u2014 Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport)\u00a0February 16, 2018 Twitter failed time and again to keep its Mac app up to date with the service\u2019s latest features \u2014 it took the company more than 7 months\u00a0to bring Moments, which launched in October of 2015, to its Mac client. In December of 2015,\u00a0The Verge\u00a0reported\u00a0that Twitter didn\u2019t even make the app itself; the company outsourced development to a third-party digital studio in Seattle called Black Pixel. So it\u2019s safe to say the software won\u2019t be dearly missed by very many users. It\u2019s clear Twitter wants to put more of its engineering and product resources toward web and mobile, where a vast majority of users likely access the product today.