After announcing that it’s pulling the plug on all its TV apps except the one on Apple TV, Twitter is updating its mobile site, Twitter Lite, and its Twitter for Windows desktop app with new features.
In a bid to “provide more consistency across platforms” Twitter announced this week a few updates that will give users of its mobile site (mobile.twitter.com), it’s Twitter lite mobile app, or Twitter for Windows, a richer experience. In a Tweet this week, the company announced that the three iterations would be getting a “night mode,” real-time updates on reply, Retweet and like counts, and updated Tweet compose box.
As you can imagine night mode adds a dark background to the platform and changes all text from black to white, so that it is easier on the eyes at night. Night mode, which adds a dark background and changes text from black to white for easier viewing at night. Real-time updates on replies, Retweets and likes provide users, a much more “immediate” and interactive feel. Immediacy has always been one of Twitter‘s most important features.
The updated Tweet compose box allows users to navigate Tweets while they create new ones. All of these features help Twitter bring its other properties up-to-speed with its iOS or Android apps, giving users of those different iterations of the app a much better experience.
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