Twitter keeps itself changing time to time. Be it in it’s UI or in the technicalities. However, this time it is a major change. This kind of update has not been seen in years and people are expected to like it very much. If you do not know it yet, then here is the complete details for you.
The changes have been made based on feedback directly from the Twitter community focusing on Android and iOS apps, and include:
– A new side navigation menu with profile, additional accounts, settings, and privacy all in one place, for less clutter and easier browsing.
– New typography to make the platform more consistent.
– Rounded profile photos to make it clearer to see what’s being said and who’s saying it.
– New and intuitive icons (like a speech bubble to replace the reply icon) to make it easier to engage with tweets.
– Links to articles and websites now open in Safari’s viewer in the Twitter app so you can easily access accounts on websites you’re already signed into (available on iOS only).
– Tweets now update instantly with reply, retweet, and like counts so you can see conversations as they’re happening – live (not available on twitter.com or Twitter Lite).
The visual revamp is the biggest one Twitter’s done in years, with all the updates to become available in the coming days.