What you need to know
- Twitter is changing how replies appear in-line.
- They will now be indented to make them easier to see.
- The new interface is rolling out now.
Twitter says that it has "given conversations a makeover" in what may just make them easier to follow in the iOS app.
With the change in effect, users will see that replies to tweets are now indented with a line connecting them to the original message. It's a subtle change but it should make it much easier to work out which replies are to which tweets. Something the previous interface made maddeningly difficult.
You can see what Twitter has in mind in a GIF shared via the Twitter Support account.
The change is one that Twitter is making on its side, so no new app update is required. Instead, users will see the new interface appear on their devices automatically. It's rolling out now, but you might have to wait a few days for your account to have the right bits switched.
I'll reserve judgment until I've seen this in action, but I'm still not convinced it'll be enough to drag me away from third-party apps. Even if I do miss out on things like polls and cards.
Apple's Black Friday iPhone SE sale essentially makes the price $290
The iPhone SE is already an incredible price, even without any discounts, but with Apple's Black Friday sale, you can get one for a song.
Which AirPods should you buy on Black Friday?
Thinking of buying AirPods for Black Friday but can't decide which ones you should get? I've got some advice that should help you decide.
These Nintendo Switch bundles are bound to go fast — Get them at $299 now!
The Nintendo Switch is finally back in stock for its regular retail price of $299. Do not miss your chance to get one right now. The Switch sells out fast and is rarely in stock. You won't regret it.
Need a clicker for your Apple TV? Here are the best
Whether you hate the Siri Remote, lost your old one, or just scouting out the market, here are our favorite remotes to control your Apple TV.