Twitter has released an update for their official app for iOS and Android. The new version includes updates like a revamped discovery tab, improved search and account management.
Twitter Apps Becoming More Media Friendly With Each Release
The new discover tab now shows popular tweets based on user’s interests with full image content previews right within the stream. Search has also been updated with photo and video previews in search results instead of links. Just like Facebook, the Twitter app has become more media friendly thanks the its previews.
The new update also gives users the ability to reset their Twitter account password right from the app. Additionally, it gives users more privacy control by allowing them to check who can see protected tweets.
See what’s popular within your network on Discover.
– Tweets, tailored just for you, now appear right in the stream
– These Tweets show photo, video, and article previews so you can engage easily
Get a new perspective when you search.
– A stream of relevant photos appears at the top of your search results
– Results also show media previews for your viewing pleasure
Manage your account with ease.
– If you’ve forgotten your password, now you can reset it in a few simple steps
– If you’ve chosen to protect your Tweets, you can manage your follow requests from your iPhone or iPad
Twitter for iOS optimised for iPhone 5 and is available for iOS devices running at least iOS 5.0. If you already have Twitter for iOS installed, you can check for the update in the App Store under the Updates tab. Alternatively, you can directly download the latest Twitter app for iOS from the link below. Similarly, Android users can either check for the update on the Play Store on their phones or visit the link below.
Twitter for iOS [App Store Link]
Twitter for Android [Google Play Store link]