Old Twitter Is Dead, Long Live #NewTwitter (AllTwitter)

Back in June, Twitter started issuing warnings that users still clinging to the old version of the platform — Old Twitter, if you will — were going to be automatically upgraded to New Twitter “very, very soon.” Well, brace yourselves, as that time has now come — Twitter announced that everybody will be upgraded to New Twitter this week. CNET / Digital Media: Last September, Twitter began rolling out a complete redesign of its homepage that provides users with a second viewing pane for different kinds of content, such as photos and videos, user profiles, and geolocation information. The idea was to make the homepage more valuable by allowing users to maintain contact with their timeline of tweets on the left while viewing other content on the right. TechCrunch: Because the stream of real-time palaver that is Twitter needed even more ways to be consumed on even more devices, the company just announced that it’s started to roll out an HTML5-based Twitter.com for iPad, and that all iPad users should have it accessible within the week.

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