Twitter is running a series of updates on its Android and iOS app which aim at accommodating the multimedia turn the company is taking at the moment. It’s latest iOS update could not be the exception.
Yesterday, Twitter released an update for iPhone users that brings images on the spotlight. The updated version of the app allows media to be displayed by taking up all the available screen width. Earlier last month, Twitter introduced swipe-to-dismiss and single-tap zoom for images.
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Users can see the difference when they’re checking profiles on Twitter. On the Tab “Media”, images appear larger in size and not as thumbnails.
Today we’re introducing bigger photos to make browsing profiles on Twitter for iPhone even more fun. pic.twitter.com/iXrKT2p7JK
— Twitter (@twitter) March 11, 2015
This is another update in a series of UX improvements performed by the social network.
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