Twitter New Prototype App “Twttr” launched, Here
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Twitter New Prototype App “Twttr” Launched, Here’s How It Looks Like

New prototype version of Twitter is released for iOS only. New Prototype App “Twttr” Launched, Here’s How It Looks Like

Recently Twitter rolled out its prototype app “Twttr” to test improved conversation features on its platform. The features in the original version and the prototype app are mostly the same. There have been some changes and useful one are the color-coded reply labeling system and change in the display of conversation threads.

The new version was created to give Twitter a different space other than its public network to experiment with the latest ideas on Twitter’s look, feel and how it operates. At first, the prototype app “Twttr” focuses on making longer conversation convenient for reading.

The idea of the Twttr was first announced in February,

How To Sign Up For Twttr App

Twitter has stated that their new prototype app is rolling out to certain users only. Users need to sign up to be on the list then users will get downloading instructions of the beta app from Twitter. For signing up, refer to this link.

Difference Between Twitter Original Version And Prototype Version Twttr

Following are the differences that you may find between Twitter’s original version and the current version:

  • Blue coding of response from friends and grey color coding of the original tweeter’s response.
  • Delicate demoting of outsiders responses related to trolls and abuse.
  • A feature of hiding the number of retweets and likes in the high-level thread view.
  • Testers can tap to reply and reveal important details that will include the number of retweets.
  • An easy way for testers to submit feedback. 

Here are some screenshots of the prototype app Twttr and its comparison with the original version.

screenshots of the prototype app

The prototype app is presently available for the iOS platform only to review. The date of launch for the Android version is still unclear. However, we are expecting all test features won’t make it to the final product.

The newer version of apps sometimes comes with a cost. For instance, Snapchat has faced raps a couple of times for its random update.

Eric Jones
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Eric Jones is a senior tech blogger at MobileAppDaily and he is a gadget lover and follows every advancement and tweak in the mobile app industry. He is enthusiastic about the gaming and social media apps and possesses almost 7 years of experience as a tech blog contributor. Eric also doesn't like to share his cheese burst pizza with anyone at all.

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