Posted in: Android, Mobile software, Social Networks

Twitter adds internal browser to Android app in the beta version

Twitter is testing an internal browser for its Android app, which has been enabled for those on the beta channel. It’s a server side change that will automatically be enabled without having to update the app.

The current stable version of the Android app includes an optional quick read mode, that strips the page of its usual formatting and presents a simplified text and image view optimized for mobile reading. This new update will put the browser in your Twitter app, so links will look exactly like they do in Chrome.

This feature has been present in many of the third party Twitter apps for years now but it’s good to see Twitter finally catch up.



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