Twitter Gets Major Redesign

. December 9, 2011 . 0 Comments

Twitter is rolling out a major redesign aimed at making it faster, easier to navigate and more attractive to advertisers, writes Emma Woollacott on Tgdaily.

Twitter redesigns to take on Facebook:

“The new look is consistent across Twitter itself, iOS, Android and the TweetDeck desktop app. It now includes a section called ‘Stories’, displaying to the user stories and trends based on earlier activity.

A Connect tab shows users who’s following them or retweeting their tweets, and Discover is basically a rebranding of hashtags, but with more personalization.

The Home tab displays incoming tweets, allowing them to be expanded to view photos or videos. Profile pages now feature a larger header image for the user’s logo, tagline or other visuals.

The new design is available immediately for iOS and Android users, and will roll out to everybody else over the next few weeks.”

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