Twitter Updates Web, IPhone And Android Apps With New Conversation View Before IPO

Posted: Aug 29 2013, 2:48am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 29 2013, 2:57am CDT, in Technology News


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Twitter Updates Web, iPhone and Android Apps with New Conversation View Before IPO
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Twitter has updated its website, iOS and Android apps with redesigned conversation view interface prior to its initial public offering (IPO). Twitter is currently evaluated above $10 billion.

What is Twitter actually looking for now? It is surely moving towards its IPO. And the new interface change of viewing conversations on its website and mobile apps will surely help it to score better. Twitter has updated its own website and iOS and Android apps on Wednesday.

Twitter officially states in blog, "Today we’re updating our iPhone and Android apps, as well as, to make it easier to discover and follow conversations in your home timeline. From buzz about the VMAs to debates around upcoming football games, people come to Twitter to take part in these real-time, global, public conversations."

The order and number to view tweets in your home timeline is changed. Now users can view more than one tweet at one time. Tweets will appear in order of their conversational sequence. Latest 3 tweets of any conversation will appear on the home screen with back-and-forth tapping option to view full.

San Francisco-based firm is making all these changes before it goes public later this year. Its estimated value is around or above $10 billion now with $1.35 billion money raised. GigaOM reports that Twitter CEO Dick Costoloover has already set his goal for spring 2014. He wants to hit 400 million user mark and $1 billion in revenues.

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