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Twitter is testing News Camera that lets you add color overlays to photos
Feb14

Twitter is testing News Camera that lets you add color overlays to photos

Twitter is currently testing a new feature called News Camera. According to Matt Navarra, the new feature will let you add location details, color overlays to photos, videos or live streams. Navarra who first spotted the News Feature, also tweeted the screenshot which gives us a preview of what to expect from the new feature. Details are pretty sketchy at the moment, and there is nothing much to the tweet other than the fact that it...

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Twitter is testing a new way to check profiles without exiting your timeline
Feb14

Twitter is testing a new way to check profiles without exiting your timeline

Twitter is planning, and is in fact already testing a new update that will enable you check a user’s profile without exiting your timeline. This will come in form of a mini profile of a user that will pop up—a move that will make it easier to read threads. In a tweet on Wednesday, Twitter said: “We’re testing an easier way to check out profiles on iOS without leaving your timeline! Simply tap any @ handle in a Tweet, take a peek,...

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Twitter now lets you invite up to three guests to Periscope live recording
Feb06

Twitter now lets you invite up to three guests to Periscope live recording

A new feature has been added to Periscope—and it is one many users have been asking for in a while. The new feature will allow up to three guests to be invited to live recording ton Periscope. Users will be allowed to invite audience members to the Twitter-owned app, while Periscope will then broadcast audio from you to everyone else in the stream. The good thing is, if any of the three guests drops off, you will be able to add...

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Twitter is mulling over editable tweets
Feb03

Twitter is mulling over editable tweets

Twitter chief Jack Dorsey has hinted of the possibility of introducing editable tweets. Dorsey said this in a wide-range interview with Joe Rogan, which could well give us a clue into what the microblogging company could be on to next. Per 9to5mac, Rogan suggested to Dorsey that Twitter add support for an edit button where users could edit their tweet, though the original version of that tweet would still be viewable by people. The...

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Twitter has a new web interface and a new emoji button
Jan23

Twitter has a new web interface and a new emoji button

Finally, a new web interface is rolling out for some Twitter users after much speculations online. The new interface was a while ago available to some users as an opt-in option, is now available, and is not looking bad. It comes with new quick keyboard shortcuts, emoji button, advanced search, upgraded trends, and much more. I find this change quite fascinating, especially with improvements like being able to switch between accounts,...

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Twitter’s reverse chronological feed is now live on Android
Jan16

Twitter’s reverse chronological feed is now live on Android

Weeks after successfully rolling out the reverse-chronological feed on iOS, Twitter has now reintroduced the feed to Android users. Hopefully things stay that way because millions of users on the platform were not happy while their traditional way of reading tweets was changed. Twitter reintroduced the reverse chronological feed following popular demands by millions of users who didn’t like the fact that tweets were shown...

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