New Twitter Web Features and Mobile Apps Updates

Twitter is rapidly adding new features. Recently they have announced following mobile and web updates.

Send a Tweet to someone at Email:
You can send tweet to someone from Twitter web.
Expand a tweet, Click More > Email Tweet

Tweet sharing feature to email is rolling out to all users slowly.

Twitter have updated mobile apps for Android and iOS:

See headlines and photos: Now you can preview photos and article summaries without a tap in Discover and search results. This new design for mobile brings the content of each Tweet front and center, so you can easily enjoy the view.

Discover popular Tweets: Find out what’s popular among the people you’re connected to in a simple stream of Tweets, like Discover on Just tap “View all Tweets” to see a continuous stream of news, photos and other stories shared by the people in your network.

Search for a new perspective: In search, photos from relevant results also appear right at the top of the stream so you can see what’s happening from multiple perspectives. You can also understand what's resonating in your network with context like who Favorited a Tweet.

Keep an eye out as we continue to improve search and Discover so that you can learn about what’s happening around the world, while you’re out in the world. Get the new apps to see more today.

Twitter search for web and mobile have also been updated:

View photos and videos first: People tell incredible stories on Twitter through photos and videos. When you search for a person, an event or a hashtag, you can now see a grid of the most relevant media above the stream of Tweets.

See headlines and photos: You can also see media instantly in your search results stream on iPhone and Android. Photos and article summaries automatically show previews to give you a bird’s eye view on what’s happening.

Understand context: About a year ago we launched tailored ranking of your search results, but until now you couldn't see why a specific Tweet might matter more to you. Now you can see context like who Favorited or retweeted right there in the Tweet.