Every day, millions of people are using Twitter for Android to share, explore, and connect with what’s happening live. Today Twitter has introduced a new look and feel for Twitter for Android — a redesigned app that aligns with the best the operating system has to offer.
Here’s what Twitter has changed to make using Twitter for Android 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.
This new experience is rolling out to everyone globally today — update your Android app to check it out. We’re always working on making your Twitter for Android experience great, so stay tuned for future updates!
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