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See what’s happening in the world right now. From breaking news and entertainment, sports and politics, to big events and everyday interests. If it’s happening anywhere, it’s happening on Twitter. Get the full story as it unfolds, with all the live commentary.
Be part of what everyone is talking about and get videos, live footage and Moments, direct from the source.
Join in on all the action by sharing what’s happening in your world. On Twitter you can post photos with stickers, GIFs, videos, and even stream live video with the Periscope button. There is no better way to have your voice heard.
What's New in Version 6.76
Tweaks, modifications, updates, and more.
First and foremost if you add the ability to have night mode come on at sundown, then I'd use it more. Please implement an auto feature. It's time to catch up with Reddit.
It would be awesome if we could rate stories based on our interest. Curated stories for individual users so that I don't have to see a story about the Kardashians if my main interest is stories about the election or environment. You could really do a lot to make Moments a news worthy addition. Right now it's just sloppy.
Example: if I rate political stories high, then the main Moments page should have political stories.
Top stories should never be entertainment in my opinion and a preference bar where I could set and edit that would be great.
Please add the ability to follow any hashtag I want. (Example I would like to follow popular #Brexit for the next 5 hours. Or I would like to follow #BreakingNews posts for the next hour.)
In addition, I would love it if usernames, links, and photos did not deduct from character count.
One more thing. I want to be able to see Tweets around me. Have a "Nearby" button.
Finally, add NSFW and SPOILER tags so that they don't pop up if I'm looking at #RogueOne tags. It's a an easy thing to implement. Just do it.
Otherwise, a well designed app.
TWITTER LISTS!! IT'S NOT THAT HARD!!!!
For goodness sake, you seriously need to figure out what you want to be! I've read recent material that states you want to be a news client, among other things. I've tried to use Twitter on many occasions for my news client, but it just doesn't do the job. There are no organizing features to compartmentalize news, such as local, sports, tech, etc. Twitter has historically decided that lists weren't important enough to make them easy to use, and continues to insist on burying them in settings. FOR AN ORGANIZATION THAT IS TRYING TO FIND THEIR NICHE, AND WANTS TO BE REGARDED AS A NEWS CLIENT, WHY OH WHY WOULDN'T YOU MAKE THE CONSUMPTION PROCESS EASIER? It seems like making lists more readily available would be a fairly modest change, but would make a world of difference in its usability, in my opinion. I think this is a huge missed opportunity. I guess I'm stuck with Apple News. Too bad, Twitter. What could have been....
Tweets & Replies?
The tweets & replies section on a twitter profile shows the same as just the tweets section. Isn't the point of the tweets & replies section to show the user's tweets and replies ONLY, not their retweets? Because in that case it'd be the same as the regular "tweets" section and there'd be no need for "tweets & replies". A suggestion would be to fix this area or remove it, but having it would help navigating a person's page easier and be able to find their own tweets easier rather than having to look for them in between their retweets. Other than that the app is running smooth 👍
- Category: News
- Updated: Apr 12, 2017
- Version: 6.76
- Size: 205 MB
- Apple Watch: Yes
- Languages: English, Arabic, Catalan, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
- Seller: Twitter, Inc.
- © Twitter, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.Apple TV: Yes