Live Updates: COVID-19 Cases
  • World 12,935,037
    World
    Confirmed: 12,935,037
    Active: 4,830,677
    Recovered: 7,535,156
    Death: 569,204
  • USA 3,382,508
    USA
    Confirmed: 3,382,508
    Active: 1,742,142
    Recovered: 1,502,785
    Death: 137,581
  • Brazil 1,846,249
    Brazil
    Confirmed: 1,846,249
    Active: 561,153
    Recovered: 1,213,512
    Death: 71,584
  • India 873,816
    India
    Confirmed: 873,816
    Active: 300,690
    Recovered: 550,024
    Death: 23,102
  • Russia 727,162
    Russia
    Confirmed: 727,162
    Active: 214,766
    Recovered: 501,061
    Death: 11,335
  • Peru 322,710
    Peru
    Confirmed: 322,710
    Active: 96,876
    Recovered: 214,152
    Death: 11,682
  • Chile 312,029
    Chile
    Confirmed: 312,029
    Active: 24,034
    Recovered: 281,114
    Death: 6,881
  • Spain 300,988
    Spain
    Confirmed: 300,988
    Active: 272,585
    Recovered: ?
    Death: 28,403
  • Mexico 295,268
    Mexico
    Confirmed: 295,268
    Active: 79,686
    Recovered: 180,852
    Death: 34,730
  • UK 289,603
    UK
    Confirmed: 289,603
    Active: 244,784
    Recovered: ?
    Death: 44,819
  • South Africa 264,184
    South Africa
    Confirmed: 264,184
    Active: 132,498
    Recovered: 127,715
    Death: 3,971
  • Iran 257,303
    Iran
    Confirmed: 257,303
    Active: 24,481
    Recovered: 219,993
    Death: 12,829
  • Pakistan 248,872
    Pakistan
    Confirmed: 248,872
    Active: 86,975
    Recovered: 156,700
    Death: 5,197
  • Italy 243,061
    Italy
    Confirmed: 243,061
    Active: 13,179
    Recovered: 194,928
    Death: 34,954
  • Saudi Arabia 232,259
    Saudi Arabia
    Confirmed: 232,259
    Active: 62,898
    Recovered: 167,138
    Death: 2,223
  • Turkey 211,981
    Turkey
    Confirmed: 211,981
    Active: 13,420
    Recovered: 193,217
    Death: 5,344
  • Germany 199,914
    Germany
    Confirmed: 199,914
    Active: 6,280
    Recovered: 184,500
    Death: 9,134
  • Bangladesh 183,795
    Bangladesh
    Confirmed: 183,795
    Active: 87,829
    Recovered: 93,614
    Death: 2,352
  • France 170,752
    France
    Confirmed: 170,752
    Active: 62,360
    Recovered: 78,388
    Death: 30,004
  • Canada 107,589
    Canada
    Confirmed: 107,589
    Active: 27,339
    Recovered: 71,467
    Death: 8,783
  • China 83,594
    China
    Confirmed: 83,594
    Active: 326
    Recovered: 78,634
    Death: 4,634
  • Netherlands 51,022
    Netherlands
    Confirmed: 51,022
    Active: 44,885
    Recovered: ?
    Death: 6,137
  • S. Korea 13,417
    S. Korea
    Confirmed: 13,417
    Active: 950
    Recovered: 12,178
    Death: 289
  • Australia 9,796
    Australia
    Confirmed: 9,796
    Active: 1,961
    Recovered: 7,727
    Death: 108
  • New Zealand 1,544
    New Zealand
    Confirmed: 1,544
    Active: 25
    Recovered: 1,497
    Death: 22

Twitter PWA for Windows 10 rolled out with bug fixes and new features

Author at TechGenyz Apps
Twitter PWA App
After Twitter launched its revamped Progressive Web App for Windows 10, it is now the first developer to do so, and in turn, it has updated its old UWP application with new features. But, this new PDA, with its hoard of new features and enhancements, was lacking some of the good stuff the older UWP had, and also had a few bugs. Twitter is rolling out of a bunch of successive updates, of which the present one is the harbinger, will help to improve the situation by leaps and bounds. First of all, the bug that opened up a review request every time someone opened the app, is now taken care of. The awkward EU cookie permission dialog box problem is now also solved. It will now remember your decision with one input. Finally, the best feature, that of being able to paste images from the clipboard into a tweet, which was missing in the first version, is now re-added, thanks to user complaints. It's kind of Amazing that all of these changes could take place without the submitting of an app update in the Microsoft Store by Twitter.inc. This is a unique feature to PWA, which allows automatic application of the changes made to an app at the developer-end, without going through an entire app update in the store. So apps can be updated much faster than before, which helps both developers and users. As an added incentive, the PWA runs irrespective of platform, updates once made can be used across Windows 10, Android, iOS and any other supported platform. There are talks of new features getting added across the next few weeks, such as adding video uploads, live tile support and more. The new Twitter PWA is now available on the upcoming Spring Creators Update.
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