With 78 percent of active users turning to Twitter's Web site, the company is giving users a new way to see content like photos, videos, and user profiles.
According to Mashable, some users are seeing a new Twitter Web page that features an all-new design meant to look more like Facebook.
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By updating its iOS and Android apps and releasing an all-new iPad app, Twitter aims to bring more users than ever back into the fold.
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The microblogging site launches new apps and redesigns its Web site in a bold attempt to make itself more relevant--and, presumably, profitable.
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The popular microblogging site launches an interface overhaul, including a new design customizer that allows you to change the colors on your Twitter profile.
You might want to wait before buying a Galaxy Gear, the iPhone 5S might not be the only golden child, and a Twitter iOS app redesign could make it easier to use.