Twitter has tweaked its desktop website in order to match its mobile Android and iOS apps. The latest overhaul gives Twitter’s website a new home feed and a navigation bar. Users will now see there profile section to the left hand side of the homepage instead of the center. The navigation bar adorns a new look with different color. Also, the Twitter icon is now placed in the center.
“We’re now rolling out a refreshed http://twitter.com reflecting the look and feel of our iOS and Android apps,” the San Francisco-based company said in a message fired off at Twitter.
The Twitter website was not updated at the time of writing this article. But, according to reports the toolbar across the top is now white instead of black, and the font sizes beneath each user’s image have grown larger. Twitter is still in the process of rolling the update worldwide.
Users can change the design under the applicable menu and select an accent color for their own account, which comes alongside the previously-existing ability to set a background and choose a profile picture. The new sidebar includes an area to compose tweets as well, whereas before you had to click the small compose button and enter your tweet into a pop-up text box.
Twitter had previously updated its website in August last year with improved conversations and tweet sharing ability. Also, the micro blogging site had touted that it might allow users to edit their tweets.
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