Twitter has rolled out an update for its universal Windows 10 app, completely revamping the user interface on mobile. Should you be an avid tweeter but wish to be graced by an improved layout in the official app, be sure to update your Windows 10 Mobile install to version 5.
There's also the dark theme, also available for Windows 10, though interestingly on mobile it's altered depending on your system-wide theme setting. Also, swiping and pivot doesn't appear to be functioning in this release. Give the app a download (or update the app on your phone) and let us know in the comments how you're getting on with this revamp.
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