iPad users that use, 'twitter.com' in safari, instead of the downloadable iPad app will be getting a new HTML5 web app in the next few weeks
Currently, iPad users who navigate to 'twitter.com' are greeted with the old iPhone layout, with an option to switch to the default desktop UI. However Twitter announced on the 'Twitter Mobile' twitter account that they have begun rolling out a new HTML5 based web UI specifically for the iPad, which should reach all users in the coming weeks.
We've launched our HTML5 version of twitter.com for iPad. It will be rolling out to device owners over the next week or so.
The screenshot above shows that the UI is similar to both the desktop design and the recently updated iPhone design.
I haven't had the updated web app yet, but I'm interested to know if any of you have had a chance to play with it yet.
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