Twitter releases updates, tweet in less than six seconds

Twitter releases updates, tweet in less than six seconds

twitterTwitter released a new update for Android users today, making tweeting “even easier and more seamless.” Here are a few of the new features according to Twitters official blog:

  • Photos: When you add a photo to your Tweet, you’ll see a full preview of your photo, not just the cropped version. We’ve also redesigned the experience to make it easy to share a photo from your camera roll: simply click the photo icon on the bottom right corner of the Tweet box.
  • Accounts: When you compose a Tweet, you’ll see your avatar and username, giving you a better sense of how your Tweet will actually appear. If you tweet from multiple accounts, it’s now easier to select the account you want to use by simply tapping on your avatar.
  • Location: You can still add or remove your location from individual Tweets right from the Tweet box.

 

Twitter also added a feature that will allow users to see more info about interactions on Twitter right in the Notifications Drawer. With just a swipe, you can expand the notification and see more details. All of these updates combined will supposedly allow users to send a tweet in less than six seconds!

To check it out, grab the update now on Google Play.

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