Twitter updates its iOS app so that all the mobile device users on the iOS platform can get a more unified experience of using the Twitter app. This social messaging app is hugely popular all over the globe which is used by people to send text messages.

The Twitter apps on iPads and iPhones will look more or less consistent. So, if you are accessing your Twitter account on your iPhone or your iPad, you will get the same interface and experience, even if you are using it for the first time.

Twitter iOS App Updated To Offer Unified Experience For All iOS Devices

This update by Twitter has come just a day before the big event of Apple to be held today at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Apple would be announcing the details of the new Apple TV, iPhones, Apple watches and iPad Pros during this event.

The iPad users will be seeing revamped quote tweets and also get to explore the trending topics by making use of the search options. They can even visit the products and place pages. There is a lot more on offer for iPad users now than what they had experienced earlier on the Twitter app.

No matter what app you are using, Twitter apps will be more consistent across all the iOS devices. Twitter has been receiving a lot of flak from its users for its very slow approach to make changes and also for the lack of innovations used in the app. Twitter has made a revamp of its product team at the beginning of this month and it is still on the lookout for a new chief executive.

The Twitter app for the iPad and the Twitter app for iPhone were developed and designed separately, even though they shared the same code. Each app was designed to suit the platform it is working on. Now, with a unified approach through the new updated Twitter iOS app, all mobile devices that work on iOS platform will offer more or less similar interface and features.

Twitter is calling this new update iOS app as an adaptive User Interface. This updated app will offer its users with the option to carry out multitasking and also provide improved functionality. Now, it is just Twitter for iOS and not Twitter for iPad and Twitter for iPhone anymore. This change will be welcomed by all using the Twitter app on iOS devices. Twitter knows that it has a long way to go.