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Twitter Rolls out new Update to Its Existing Android App

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Twitter has rolled out new update to its Android app.

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This update brings a custom share sheet, that is similar to the one available in its iOS-based app; to the microblogging platform’s Android app.

As per a report by Android Central, Twitter is bringing two variations of its custom share sheet to its Android app.

These two variations will replace the app’s existing custom share sheet.

All the three cycles, that is, the former one and the two new varieties, permit clients to impart their chose tweet to a select bundle of Tweeps with whom they convey often. Notwithstanding this likewise; there are some unobtrusive yet observable contrasts also.
First off, the more seasoned form had choices to share Tweet through Direct Message, Bookmark it; duplicate the connection to the Tweet and offer the tweet in various applications organized in a vertical way.

This adjustments in the more current cycles. In both the cycles, ‘Send through Direct Message’ alternative is available right under the ordinarily gotten to Twitter accounts.

In the principal cycle, ‘Bookmark, ‘Duplicate Link’ and ‘Offer Via’ choices are accessible in a flat manner directly under the ‘Send by means of Direct Message’ alternative.

Under this, Twitter clients get a vertically-stacked rundown of outsider applications wherein the chose Tweet can be shared.

In the second iteration, ‘Copy Link’ and ‘Bookmark’ options are present alternatively between the third-party apps under the ‘Send via Direct Message’ option.

Notably, Twitter, via a Tweet from its official Twitter Support account has confirmed that it is rolling out the new share menu to all its users on its Android app.

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“Hey, friends on Android. This new share menu is now testing on your devices for a faster way to share Tweets to other apps.

If you see it, give it a try,” Twitter said.

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