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Twitter has unveiled a new interface design



Yesterday Twitter unveiled a new version of its interface. Its design is simplified to make it easier, faster, and richer experience. The new design will be the same for Twitter.com and mobile applications. In addition, TweetDeck application is updated and ready for the new version.

Visit fly.twitter.com and find out more details about the upcoming changes.

The new redesign will become available to Twitter in the coming weeks. You can experience it immediately on the just-updated versions of mobile.twitter.com, Twitter for iPhone, and Twitter for Android. You can get early access on your computer by downloading and logging into Twitter for iPhone or Twitter for Android.

As you know, Twitter’s last design change was just over a year ago.

via Twitter Blog
Skull 9 december 2011, 17:54
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Comments

0 Masyk December 9, 2011, 18:44
I hate current interface, Time to change!
0 Sparks December 9, 2011, 23:57
Me too, I hope the new one will be much better.

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