Twitter has unveiled major design changes to its Android and iOS apps.
The new look, which will roll out across all of Twitter’s domains, including Twitter for Android, Twitter for iOS, TweetDeck, Twitter Lite and Twitter.com, brings with it a raft of changes designed to address feedback from users.
First, you’ll see big changes to your profile. Rather than a standard profile section on your app, you’ll now pull out a side drawer to access your profile, additional accounts, settings, and privacy.
On Twitter for iOS, links to articles and other websites will now open in Safari’s viewer in the Twitter app, rather than in Twitter’s standalone browser.
Twitter has also refined its typography to improve consistency, and has added bolder headlines akin to Apple Music to “make it easier to focus on what’s happening”.
The update also comes with circular profile images, new icons for replies, retweets, and likes, and instantly updating counts so that you can see conversations happening in real time.
The new updates to Twitter will roll out over the coming weeks.