Browse the timeline

The timeline is clean and you'll notice the buttons at the bottom have been flattened out for iOS 7. The gray tab at the top right shows how many recent tweets are above your current viewing area.
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Tap a tweet for quick optons

Retweet, mark a tweet as a favorite, and perform other common actions with just a tap.
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Flick it outta here

When you view an image, the rest of the screen goes dark. But when you want to close it, you can either tap it or flick it in any direction.
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Customize your buttons

The last two buttons on the right can be switched up by a long press to bring up your options. This way you can choose the ones you use regularly.
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Left swipe for more info

Swiping left on a tweet brings up the details with all the same action buttons as when you tap on a tweet.
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Share or read later

Being able to send a story directly to your Reading List in Safari is a great feature, but you can also read it later with other services such as Instapaper or Pocket.
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Compose a tweet

When you compose a tweet, you can add an image and include your location (like many other clients). When you start typing to send to another Twitter user, the app autocompletes with suggestions you can scroll through just above the keyboard.
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