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Twitter’s new “Quote Tweet” feature reaches Android

By Jaime Rivera April 14, 2015, 7:05 pm

As popular as Twitter is when it comes to social media, there’s no denying that this is the most barebones service there is. Surely that simplicity is what most people enjoy, but if any of you remember how crazy it was to retweet something a few years ago, you’ll understand what it means when too much simplicity isn’t practical. The good thing is that Twitter fixed retweets a while ago, and now Quotes is the next frontier.

As of today, the updated “Quote Tweet” feature that we saw reach iOS a few days ago is now available for Android users. The advantage is that instead of having to remove content in order to have your thoughts fit in the tweet, the quoted tweet will now be separate, allowing you to have your own 140 characters to yourself.

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Surely this is a minor change for some, but for those of us that stay away from the feature because of how cumbersome it was, this is definitely good news. The update should reach your devices tonight.

Source: Twitter
Via: Android Central

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