New Twitter PWA update released - January 10th 2020

    New Twitter PWA update released - January 10th 2020

    New Twitter PWA update released - January 10th 2020

    Posted: 11 Jan 2020

    See what's happening on the Twitter PWA. View new changes and fixes for, Twitter for Windows, Twitter for KaiOS, and Twitter Lite on Android. We're constantly working to make the Twitter PWA a world-class experience, and we hope you enjoy reading about our work!


    • Lists: Added a richer list header and viewing experience to show more information about the list you are viewing and make some of the information easier to access.
    • A11Y: High contrast mode is now available. This increases the contrast between colors and elements on the site. It’s located in Settings -> Accessibility.
    • Topics: Users in certain locales can now follow topics on the site, they can also be managed from your profile. Users can also view other public users’ followed topics.
    • ChromeOS: Welcome to our new ChromeOS users! We hope you enjoy the new and improved Twitter experience.
    • Developer Experience: We completed a lot of internal work to help make development on the site quicker, and allow us to share code across Twitter sites. Thanks to our infrastructure engineers for their effort on this milestone!


    • Gallery: You can now swipe to dismiss photos on mobile! On desktop, we updated the gallery experience to be more immersive and you can exit the modal by clicking in the empty space around the media.
    • Trends: See a trend that’s not quite right? Use the dropdown menu next to it to give us feedback and help report issues.
    • Events: Videos from events can now be docked to the page when you leave so that you can continue watching as you browse the rest of Twitter.
    • Gifs: Streamlined the GIF Search flow by removing the intermediate “Add GIF” confirmation screen and allowing users to search as they type. Give the gift of GIFs even faster!
    • Android: Android users can now “share” media directly from other apps on their phone into the Tweet composer on the Web App, when installed.


    • Compose: Improved performance of the composer which could feel sluggish in some scenarios.
    • DMs: Fixed an issue where the DM badge would persistently return, even after viewing messages.
    • A11Y: Re-added some keyboard shortcuts that had broken.
    • Darkmode: Removed the left and right borders from the content on mobile.
    • Explore: Fixed the Pull to Refresh always being shown on mobile phones in certain locales.

    Source: Release Notes

    Download for Windows 10: Twitter app | Microsoft Store
    Brink's Avatar Posted By: Brink
    11 Jan 2020


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