One of the issues with Windows on ARM PCs is a lack of native ARM64 applications. Although they do support x86 app emulation, the performance boost on native apps is always worthwhile. The latest app to join the ARM64 is Tweeten, a popular Twitter client that's based on TweetDeck.
Aside from being based on TweetDeck, Tweeten has a bunch of extra perks. There are more customization options such as the ability to resize columns, you can download videos from your feed, and it has extra filters. You can even write your own CSS to customize your Twitter experience.
You can also download GIFs that you see in tweets, another thing that's generally blocked in the regular Twitter web app. And if you don't want to download the native app, you can install it as an extension in Chrome or Edge to let it take over your TweetDeck experience.
With Tweeten 5, GIF and video download is more reliable, and you can also now choose your default download path. Developer Mehedi Hassan also says that restoring your default settings from within the app is more seamless with the new version.
If you want to check out Tweeten, you can download it from the Microsoft Store here. While you can get the native ARM64 version from the Store right now, there will also be a downloadable executable available later this year. Also coming later will be Tweeten 5 for macOS, as it's currently only available for Windows.