Looks like Twitter has been updated to bring back some of the old features that were removed with the occasion of other past updates. The social app refresh is available for both Android and iOS in their respective markets and if you have a Kindle Fire you will also be able to grab it from the Amazon Appstore link below.

The “swipe shortcut” is (finally) back allowing you to easily access a quick menu from where you can can retweet, reply, favorite, etc. a certain tweet. If your Android device is running Android 4.x Ice Cream Sandwich you will see some improvements alongside other bug fixes, improvements, and polish. On the iPhone, Twitter brings copy and paste for tweets and profiles, press and hold actions on links in tweet details, improved startup time, performance improvements, bugfixes and a lot more. Sadly it still looks like in the picture above on our Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 running a custom Ice Cream Sandwich ROM.

Source: Android Market, App Store, Amazon Appstore

Via: Engadget

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