Twitter is finally going Material.

Two years since Google introduced its new philosophy for Android app user interfaces, the microblogging platform is rolling out a look that conforms to the Material Design standards.

In addition to a collapsible topline tab bar, we also see the slide-out navigation menu to get to your lists, Highlights and settings. You can also compose a tweet with the constantly on-screen action button on bottom.

Facebook Messenger aligned its user interface with Material Design a few months ago. The Facebook app has not.

Source: Twitter
Via: Engadget

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