Twitter App Gains Data Saver Tool
Oct 4, 2018, 7:16 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Twitter has updated its Android and iOS mobile apps with a new feature and several performance upgrades. With the new version installed, users will be able to activate a data saver mode, which Twitter simply describes as a way to use less data while scrolling through your feed. Twitter doesn't quantify how much data the tool saves. The update also makes managing group messages simpler, alters how people interact with polls using VoiceOver, and improves labels for specific sorts of advertisements. Twitter is free to download from the Google Play Store and iTunes App Store. Twitter still offers Twitter Lite, which is a lightweight version of the app that prioritizes conserving data.
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