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Accessible images for everyone

Starting today, anyone can make Tweets with images accessible to the visually impaired.


Easier than ever to have private conversations

Changes to Direct Messages make it easier to connect with those who matter.


Updating trends on mobile

We’re improving the trends experience on iOS and Android.


A new profile experience on Twitter for iPhone

We’re updating Twitter for iPhone to make it easier to explore profiles.


New features on Twitter for Windows Phone 3.0

Today we’re introducing a new version of Twitter for Windows Phone with features that you can customize specifically for the Windows platform.

In this update, we’re including a number of options to make your Twitter experience better suited for you.


Stay in the know

We’ve started rolling out a new notification that recommends interesting accounts and Tweets for you.

If you’re like me, you occasionally feel like you’re missing out on some of the day’s great Tweets, or that you’re the last to find out when someone awesome joins Twitter. We wanted to tackle that problem. With this new feature, you’ll receive personalized recommendations when multiple people in your network follow the same user or favorite or retweet the same Tweet.


Welcoming iOS 7

Today we’re introducing new versions of Twitter for iPhone and iPad for iOS 7, with a refreshed design that looks and works great on iOS 7. The update is also compatible with iOS 6 and iOS 5.

You can download this update from the App Store.


Improvements to login verification, photos and more

Today’s Twitter for iOS and Android updates let you enroll in login verification and approve login requests directly from your mobile app. Now, in addition to the SMS-based login verification that we released in May, you can use login verification without relying on text messages.


Vine for Android: Every robot has its day

Android owners: Welcome to Vine. Starting today, you can begin to shoot, share and watch short looping videos. We’ve been looking forward to this day, and we’re excited to get the app into your hands.


New mobile updates for Android, iPhone and mobile web