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January 15, 2014

Twitter gets redesigned to match iOS and Android apps

The popular micro-blogging site, Twitter, redesigns its web app in order to match the look and feel of their smartphone apps.

Gone are the days of a dark Twitter web page as they now replaced the navigation bar with a clean and neat-looking white navigation bar on top. If you have used the Twitter apps on popular platforms like iOS, Android, and even Windows Phone, you’ll feel at home. Thumbs up for making things consistent!

Mind you that not all users already have this new redesigned web app so patience will be a virtue. While we wait, why don’t you tell us what you think of this new “white scheme” versus the dark design.

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2 Responses to “Twitter gets redesigned to match iOS and Android apps”

  1. Booo says:

    Definitely still prefer the dark theme – the same theme I used on WP

  2. […] just recently changed the look and feel of their website to match their mobile apps. Now, Twitter is again planning to change it, making it look like a Google+ or a Facebook […]

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