Twitter is getting another look, with various changes intended to make it quicker, lighter, and more user-friendly. As a part of its efforts to get more individuals connected with it, Twitter has updated its application crosswise over the web, and desktop and mobile phone version. The new plan doesn’t stamp a radical transformation from the past, however, it aims to make things smoother and cleaner.
While the update is not as large as when Twitter Moments rolled out, it brings some little changes that revamp the settings, the typography, and other such subtle elements.
“Today, with lots of feedback and ideas from you, we’re refreshing our product too and making it feel lighter, faster, and easier to use,” says Twitter. “We listened closely and kept what you love. And for the things you didn’t, we took a new approach to fix and make better.”
The new experience is taking off crosswise over Android, iOS, the web, TweetDeck, and Twitter Lite, in the coming days and weeks.
The refresh brings profile, settings, security, and extra records at one place, on account of another route menu as an afterthought. Android clients have been getting this cleaned up version since a year ago and now iOS gets it as well. For iOS, Twitter connects to sites and articles will now open in the Safari browser inside the Twitter application.
With regards to typography, Twitter has made it less demanding to spot features so users move a feeling of what’s on initially. The profile photographs, in the meantime, are currently adjusted, making it less demanding to figure out of who said what.
Twitter additionally touts that its new symbols are more natural and drawing in, which ought to be especially valuable for first-time Twitter users. Until this change, some idea of the bolt symbol for answers implied backpedaling to the previous page or deleting. To dispense with such perplexity, Twitter has updated the reply symbol for the dialogue box so that it’s clearer what it says. In the meantime, the icons are lighter.
The organization calls attention to the fact that these visual updates mean to make the application easier to use and less demanding to explore. For existing Twitter users, it will make things more engaging, improving the general involvement, while for newcomers it ought to make the application less demanding to utilize.
Twitter is among the most mainstream web-based social networking platforms, yet it’s been encountering languid development as of late. The update expects to pull in new clients, yet it stays to be seen whether this update will come to fruition as intended. The refresh still doesn’t bring other long awaited components, for example, the option to alter tweets once they’ve been posted.
The refresh will begin taking off for iOS and Android today and proceed with its rollout to all very shortly. Users will get a prompt to update the app, or they can also update it manually as well.