Yet another update for Twitter. The social network has been performing lots of tweaks both to its desktop version and to its mobile app. This last one, refers to its app and brings a more natural UX to our device screens.
Until now, users could dismiss the pictures that were viewing by single-tapping on them. Gradually, Twitter app will support swipe movement detection which will dismiss the images.
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According to TNW there has been some confusion among users at first and it is not clear yet whether this is a test feature available to some devices only and when it will officially roll out. Have a look below:
A small step for an app, a big leap for UX. Thank you Twitter!
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