Twitter announced yesterday evening that they’re in the process of rolling out a “refreshed Twitter.com” with the main aim being to replicate the feel of its popular mobile applications to provide a familiar multi-platform interface any user would feel comfortable using.
The main changes can be seen within the designs navigation, which sees the header being inverted for a much lighter and brighter feel whilst incorporating some of the previously app specific icons to give a more synced and consistent feel, regardless of the device being used to access the service.
We're now rolling out a refreshed http://t.co/eNvqKTup1d reflecting the look & feel of our iOS & Android apps. pic.twitter.com/Mb6qjjP8Dm
— Twitter (@Twitter) January 13, 2014
Do you like the changes which have been made to the web interface? Do you think Twitter is making a good decision to emulate its applications through the web or should Twitter.com stand by itself and try being something more than what the apps offer?
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