Twitter updates mobile, makes search better, finds older Tweets

Written by Russell Co. Posted in Internet, Networking, News, Software and Apps

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Published on February 08, 2013 with No Comments

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Twitter has improved its mobile presence by updating its Android and iOS apps, along with mobile.twitter.com. Now, results from the Discover and Search feature appear in a single stream of content so that you can easily find what you’re looking for. Now you can directly go to a website when clicking a link on a Tweet instead of having to expand the Tweet first.

Now Twitter has also improved its Search feature by letting us retrieve older messages. Previously, search would only retrieve messages dating back a week. Many users wanted to look for Tweets older than a week but were unable to. Twitter had previously let users download their whole archive of Tweets, but this new feature will let you search for specific Tweets. Now Twitter is improving the search’s goldfish memory over the next few days to include a greater percentage of Tweets so that we can take a trip down our Twitter memory lane.

 

 

Source: Twitter Blog