Since Twitter rolled out its “new look” in June, its Android client has been updated with an automatic night mode and reduce motion setting. The latest beta version of the app redesigns the night toggle in the navigation drawer, while also finally updating app shortcuts with the new iconography.
Twitter for Android Stories August 31
Twitter for Android Stories July 3
Twitter has been on a roll in recent weeks with its Android app. Last month, the client — along with its desktop and mobile web counterparts — were redesigned, while the app more recently received an automatic night mode. In the latest beta, Twitter is adding a new “Reduce motion” option to limit animations like live engagement counts.
Everyone can use an Echo Dot: Just $50!
Twitter for Android Stories June 26
Twitter for Android Stories June 19
Twitter for Android Stories June 10
Twitter for Android Stories November 26, 2015
Twitter for Android now using Chrome Custom Tabs when opening links
Chrome Custom Tabs were announced at I/O earlier this year and finally rolled out with version 45 of Chrome for Android in September. Users are now starting to see the official Twitter for Android app adopting them when opening links.