Android Central on Twitter

Twitter for Android just received an update in the market that brings a new UI design along with it in addition to some new features. In addition to the UI changes, the update brings some other additional features as well, such as:

  • The latest version of Twitter offers a faster, simpler way to stay close to everything you care about on your Android.
  • Home is where you start: a personal collection of Tweets from the sources you care about. The Tweet details show rich information such as replies, retweets and embedded images.
  • Connect is the place to see who followed or mentioned you, retweeted or favorited one of your Tweets.
  • Discover is where you can tap into the stories and trends people are talking about in your world.

Be sure to jump past the break for download links to grab the update!


 

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Twitter for Android updated, brings new design along with it

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I don't like it. Too many things feel hidden. It isn't as simple of an upgrade as the Facebook app was yesterday.

+1 For TweetDeck. Using multiple accounts is a lot easier. I like to be able to have access to FB too, but it does tend to clutter the stream a bit.

Tweetdeck is better than all these other apps I tried them all I just wish they would update Tweetdeck with more options like able to see trends and able to view a activity and update bio from app.

Rather than just edit and say Double Post. Out of curiosity, why do others prefer the Twitter, Plume, or Seesmic over TweetDeck?

I for some reason just don't like the gray/yellow color scheme, and i might sound stupid but can't figure out how to tag facebook friends in a post, and like comments( i think I actually did find that way). I wanted to use one app for both networks, but I'd rather use the individual apps

Since TweetDeck is now owned by Twitter, it's only a matter of time it gets a UI update on Android too.

TweetDeck on Chrome was completely changed to match the new UI.