Last night, the official Twitter for Android app and the Facebook for Android app got major updates. The Twitter For Android update brings with it quite a few changes aimed at improving the ‘tweeting’ experience of Android users. Sadly, the app’s UI is still nowhere near the Holo guidelines laid down by Google.
Even then, the update adds support for Photo Streams, inline preview of photos, videos and articles and more. Below is the full change-log of the update -:
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- Tweets now appear right in the stream
- These Tweets show photo, video, and article previews so you can engage easily
Get a new perspective when you search.
- Photo streams show what’s happening
- Results also show media previews
Manage your account with ease.
- Reset your password in a few simple steps
Other improvements and fixes.
The latest update for the Facebook app also brings quite a lot of new features. Sadly, the update does not bring the native version of the app that Facebook promised it is working on, quite sometime ago.
The most important change brought about by the update is the ability to share any news feed item on your timeline with your friends, which has been long requested by both Android and iOS owners. Other changes include the ability to create an album from the Photos tab on Timeline, and some other bug fixes.
The update is already live in the Play Store and can be downloaded from here.