Twitter for Android updated for more languages, slight design changes, and more


The official Twitter for Android application has recently gotten another update. A lot of performance issues were addressed in the previous update so most of the changes here are features. For starters, we’ve got some new languages — Traditional Chinese, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish, Finnish, Polish, Hungarian, Thai are all now supported.

They’ve made some changes to the Discover tab, too, including UI updates and more information regarding what your friends are doing on Twitter. You’ll see when they update their lists, when they follow someone new, and when they retweet or favorite a tweet. You’ll also get push notifications when your own tweets have been favorited, retweeted, or when you have a new follower. This 2.5MB update is available in the Google Play Store.

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The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Nice to see they are keeping on top with updates

  2. I still can’t pinch to zoom the damn photos, so the update is irrelevant. 

  3. it crashes on me, pn both my transformer and my One X

    even erasing its data doesnt help

    nice update, not

    1. This is a known issue with Dutch and Finnish locale users. There should be a fix to this sometime soon.

  4. still a shame, not designed for tablets. someone should teach twitter how to design android UIs correctly.

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