Twitter for iOS continues to be upgraded today using a fresh tab called Occasions that can help users find narratives unfolding on the micro-blogging service, like dialogues between world leaders and famous persons, citizens reporting on world events, cultural memes, sports comments and much more.
Bugging on the newest lightning bolt tablature in your phone starts a set of Minutes that issue now. We continue to update this listing as new narratives appear each day. Looking for more? You can even swipe through to issues including & “Amusement” and ldquo; rdquo & Sports; to discover mo-Re testimonies from recent days.
Minutes are available in a brand new lightning bolt tab at the base of the the Twitter app on iPhone and iPad in the U.S. only at launch. Seconds include an opening with description and a name, and consumers can swipe to scroll through the in depth storyline with full- auto-playing videos and width pictures, GIFs and Vines.
Minutes will regularly be updated as more info becomes accessible and can primarily be curated by Twitter workers, with some given by partners including Bleacher Report, Buzzfeed, Entertainment Weekly, Fox News, Getty Images, Mashable, MLB, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, New York Times, Vogue and the Washington Post.
New! Find the finest of Twitter in a instant with Moments: https://t.co/QAKGUSVBbT pic.twitter.com/KAjfkysVKC
— Twitter (@twitter) Oct 6, 2015
Twitter for iOS [Direct Hyperlink] is free on the App Store and is now at version 6.38.1.