Twitter may not have the same number of active users as Facebook, but it certainly has an engaged and assertive community that makes it a hugely relevant product.
Known for the short messages and the agility of the information, the bluebird won a new design a few months ago that was released only a portion of the users. Now, well, the redesign is being released to everyone.
By adopting even more minimalist features, the service’s desktop version is distancing itself from the app’s known visuals: it’s the end of the visual shortcuts at the top of the page, with them now available on the left side. Lists, saved messages, and the profile also received a shortcut.
These hits now come with an icon with a written label, while the timeline is still displayed in the middle. Already on the right side are found recommendations of who to follow, besides the subjects of the moment that are taking care of the social network.
Of course, although in the default theme white predominates, users can use one of the two-night modes if they prefer: one is the traditional one with shades of gray and blue, while a new one makes everything black, which mainly benefits AMOLED screens. This was a novelty promised some time ago by the company.
The release happens gradually, but in the next few days, it should be available to all users.
It is worth remembering, the short messaging network, despite its efficiency for information, was out of the loop for a while last week. Of course, when he came back, the fall of the site itself became one of the platform’s trending topics.
And you, use Twitter? What do you think about the new desktop design? Tell us in the comments!