the iOS version of Twitter has received the biggest update


Last year, Twitter released a completely redesigned version of the mobile client of the same name the microblogging service for Android. But the iOS version globally has not been updated for several years. This week Twitter has released major update of their app for iOS, substantially changing the UI. The company not only worked on the design, but also added new features like integration with Safari.

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After entering the updated Twitter client immediately catches the eye is reduced from five to four the number of tabs. Default users have access to the sections “Home”, “Search”, “Mentions” and “messages”. To access your profile, lists, settings, and everything else you need to swipe to the right, as implemented on Android.


Another important innovation was that all the links now open in the built-in Twitter browser and via Safari. This allows you to use Safari Reader and private mode browsing. In addition, if you are using Safari login on some website, opening a link in it via Twitter, you will also be logged.


Another important change is that replies, retweets, etc is now updated in real time. You will be able to see a lot of retweets without needing to update the tape. Currently works only on iOS and will later appear on Android and TweetDeck. On Twitter Lite and in the web version of Twitter, the developers do not plan to add this option.

The developers promise that in the future they plan to implement even more changes.


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