For anyone that uses Twitter, the 140-character limit for tweets is a common hurdle, but one that many have already become used to.
Twitter has seen fit to update its iOS app following the launch of iOS 9, and with it, replying to tweets without digging into the app is now a possibility.
Twitter has rolled out a big update to its iPad app that makes the user experience on larger displays almost identical to that you’re used to on iPhone. That’s thanks to a new “adaptive UI,” which automatically scales itself to suit the display size you’re using.
Automatic gearboxes, automatic lights, automatic fish feeders are good and convenient things. An autoplaying video on the web and on Twitter can be quite a nuisance. Twitter recently announced a more seamless way for videos, Vines, and GIFs to play while using the site or mobile app. If you think that autoplaying videos are distracting or worried it would consume your mobile data, Twitter also introduced a way to disable this new “feature”.
Twitter is busy. While hot on the heels of new information regarding Twitter’s focus on curated content with Project Lightning coming to light, the company is now testing two new ways to discover more about products and places.