Last year, Twitter unveiled “Moments,” which would let some folks put together stories on the social network in the form of a collection of tweets.
Twitter has quietly started rolling out an “I don’t like this tweet” button for its official Twitter client for iOS in a bid to improve the quality of tweets being posted on the site.
Earlier this year, Twitter set up some pretty important changes to the way the 140-character limit was handled in standard tweets.
Twitter rolled out a couple of new features for Direct Messages that includes showing the typing indicator whenever the other person is typing a reply as well as read receipts that allow you to see when the other person has read your messages and vice versa.
Twitter finally added Night Mode feature to their official iOS app, which when enabled, switches the app’s theme to a dark colored scheme thereby reducing the strain on your eyes when the app is being used at night or in a dark surrounding.
Reading Twitter via the official app at night can be a bit tough, thanks to the fact it hasn’t featured a “Night Mode.”
Earlier this year, Twitter announced its first broadcast partnership deal with NFL that would see the microblogging service stream 10 Thursday night games starting from September 15th. The company managed to outbid the likes of Facebook, Google, and other major companies whilst securing this deal.