Twitter has updated the interface of the desktop application to use the same interface across all platforms. The new interface has the same design lines as the mobile and web interface.
Social media applications continue to update their interfaces to provide an easier user experience for their users. Designers are also redesigning the application in order to make the experience more valuable in the light of the feedback received from the users.
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Twitter has been working on a new two-column interface design for desktop users since January. The social media giant announced that they have begun testing the new desktop interface to use the same interface design across all platforms.
Twitter’s new desktop interface, unlike the previous version, consists of three columns. Trends are positioned in the right column, navigation elements including menu and profile links in the left column, and the time stream is centered as usual. The left-hand navigation column contains Home, Explore, Notifications, Messages, Bookmarks, Lists, and Profile, while “More” includes Settings and Dark Mode.
The reason Twitter updates its application over and over again is to make the application simpler. In addition, each update fixes the errors of the previous version of Twitter, along with updates continue to add many user-friendly features.