Twitter's new design


Twitter has rolled out much better, much easier-to-use redesigned app that aligns with the best of Android. As many have claimed - thanks to a comprehensive redesign, Twitter's app for Android now finally looks like an Android app. Let’s give an eye what the new look and feel has to offer!

The update is really about moving all of Twitter's features into much more accessible places. Therefore the app is now split into four tabs - Home, Moments, Notifications and Messages - which are shown at the top of the screen and you can tap or use a horizontal swipe to access them. Dragging across from the left-hand edge will reveal a side menu with shortcuts to your profile, lists and Twitter highlights. Also, the drop-down arrow at the top of the menu will let you switch accounts.

Here’s what Twitter has done in order to make Android user’s life easier:

  • Tab bar at the top of the screen with swipe functionality so you can quickly move between your Home timeline, Notifications, Direct Messages, and more.
  • Navigation menu that slides out from the side for access to your profile, Highlights, lists, the Connect tab, and settings.
  • New floating action button so you can always easily send a Tweet.

Twitter says this "new experience" is rolling out to every single user out there, regardless of location, so you too are bound to get it soon.

If you haven’t noticed a new version yet, update your Android app to check it out. The update should be dubbed version 6.0.0, but if you’re having trouble seeing the visual changes, try force closing the app in the background and reopening it.

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