Sources said the company is waiting to show off its new design until sometime after Apple releases its iOS 7 software update, scheduled for this Wednesday. (Twitter will release a small update after iOS 7 launches, with the more significant one to come later on.) It will be Twitter’s third major interface change in the company’s seven-year history.
Twitter is said to be dropping the four tabs at the bottom of the screen and instead will let users swipe through different content-focused streams. The main stream will be the typical reverse-chronological one; however, there will also be streams for interactions between users, an entire stream for just photos, and possibly a stream dedicated to TV-related tweets and conversations.
The app will feature a heavy focus on multimedia and will look good, feel richer, and become more visually immersive.
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