The Twitter app for Android is getting richer, yet easy to use with a seamless redesign that works best with the likes of Android. Twitter has announced a complete redesign for its Android app today, even though you might have have seen a glimpse of it in the past as well, while it was still in its testing phase. Nonetheless, it's now available and ready to use.
Twitter App For Android Is Now Simpler With A Plain Material Design Interface
The redesign is completely accurate for Twitter users as it is fairly easy to navigate between different sections of the app. you can simply swipe from one side to the other and switch between your feed, notifications, Twitter Moments and direct messages. You might have noticed that the buttons for the aforementioned sections are now bigger, stating that they are easy to place your fingers on and generally looks more pleasing to the eye.
The Twitter app for Android being a major update is all about accumulating all of Twitter's features into a place that is easily accessible by everyone. Moreover, new Twitter users tend to get a lot confused so following the update, Twitter is now fairly easy as all of its core features are right up at the front.
If you're a regular Twitter user, you might have come across some hidden sections in the gross "..." menu of the app. These sections can now easily be accessed through a separate pane that can be swiped from the right hand side of the display. This is a similar pane as you would find in the Google Play Store that carries your account information and more. This will let users easily access their settings, profile Twitter's highlights feature.
Moreover, if you're a fan of the Material Design art, the updated Twitter for Android is all about it. With that said, you also get a mandated floating button at the bottom right hand side of the display, just as you would find on other Material Design apps. This button is designed to send tweets from just about anywhere you're at in the Twitter app. Henceforth, sending a tweet is a breeze and comparatively simple.
According to Twitter, the updated version is rolling out on Android today. So if your app has not yet received the new design change, try updating the app manually from the Google Play Store.
Be sure to let us know how you liked the design change in the Twitter app for Android.